Category Archives: Artificial Intelligence

Mike Gualtieri: How to Make AI Happen Without Getting Fired

Mike Gualtieri from Forrester Research offers 8 tips on how to make AI happen without getting fired. These tips are based on his discussions with enterprise data scientists and enterprise leaders who embarked on machine learning and AI projects in … Continue reading

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Data Decisioning

Data Decisioning was recently founded by Peter Schooff and John Morris, two veterans with decades of success in enterprise technology. Why? “What’s more important than data to today’s enterprise? The decisions a company makes based on that data will determine their success … Continue reading

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Google: Your Deep-Learning-Tools-for-Enterprises Startup Will Fail

Today Peter Norvig, the Research Director at Google, posted at LinkedIn: Whether you like it or not, selling enterprise tools for machine learning is really hard. Why? The industry is still fragmented, too many different components and moving parts without standardization, … Continue reading

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AI to Tackle Real-Time Strategy Games

Google’s Deepmind has released an attempt at tackling StarCraft, considered to be one of the most challenging Real-Time Strategy (RTS) games, that has emerged by consensus as a “grand challenge” for AI research. Starcraft has many more complex elements than Chess … Continue reading

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Can man ever build a mind?

On Jan 10, 2019 Financial Times published an interesting article written by a UK neurosurgeon that lists AI problems: “The biggest is that brains are nothing like computers” “The human brain, it is suggested, will never be able to understand itself. You cannot cut … Continue reading

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XAI – Explainable Artificial Intelligence

Two new articles about explainable AI: Link1 Link2

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The same Challenges for AI and Decision Models

Peter Voss just quoted this Harvard Business Review’s article: “The scientific community is good at building AI models that perform a single task really well. But more intuitive, conversational, and contextual interfaces will require an AI model that learns continuously — … Continue reading

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