Category Archives: Artificial Intelligence

Andrew Ng reports from CES-2020

Andrew NG wrote “AI Steals CES” in his weekly Batch: “AI ruled the convention floor at the annual Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. As usual, many products on display were half-baked concepts or solutions looking for problems. Among the … Continue reading

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Movie industry embracing AI

Warner Bros. has become the latest studio to publicly embrace artificial intelligence. The movie division has signed a deal with Cinelytic to use the latter’s AI-driven project management system that was launched last year. Under the new deal, Warners will leverage … Continue reading

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Learning to Learn

We humans have the unique ability to learn from any situation or surrounding. We adapt our learning. We can figure out how we can learn. To acquire this kind of flexibility in learning, AI needs to have an effective and … Continue reading

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How Digital Decisioning drives AI and ML Success

James Taylor published an article “How to Succeed with AI & ML in 2020“: “It’s clear that Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning (ML) are going to have a huge impact on businesses in the coming years. Yet most companies … Continue reading

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Jim Sinur’s AI Trends for 2020

“The future looks promising after several years of experimenting with AI. It’s not all fantastic and there will be fakes and failures. In fact, there will be high profile fails, but they are unlikely to cause another AI Winter. Even if … Continue reading

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Explainability and Interpretability

Explainability of decisions produced by machines is one of the hottest topic these days (see XAI). Explainable AI usually makes decisions using a complicated black box model, and uses a second (posthoc) model created to explain what the first model … Continue reading

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How can we persuade people to trust an algorithm?

On Dec. 4 Andrew Ng listed several important techniques  that can persuade people to trust an algorithm. “Trust isn’t just about convincing others that our solution works. I use techniques like these because I find it at least as important … Continue reading

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