March 30, 2021
Like most engineers, I hate tedious work. That’s why I love the idea of automatic machine learning (AutoML). As much as I want to love AutoML, it’s been incorrectly framed as a substitute for data scientists. This confusion arises from a misunderstanding of what actually happens in machine learning projects.
February 22, 2021
Entrusting your business decisions to AI does indeed create new risks, and you need new policies and procedures to mitigate them. However, sensational news headlines lead companies to take ineffective approaches that result in unnecessary delays and frustration. After helping some of the world’s largest companies develop model governance policies, I’ve learned a better way to manage the complexities of AI. In this issue of FeedForward, you’ll explore some of my top recommendations.
February 1, 2021
We recently released volume 1 of Adventures in AI, the world’s first AI comic book. It was a smashing success, and many AI Leaders asked us how and why we created it. In this post we share our process and thoughts on how you can use an engaging and compelling story to communicate the value of AI to your organization.
March 27, 2020
Having a hard time staying motivated? Finding yourself endlessly distracted by the news? Well, join the crowd—we all feel the same. Check out Stephen Pressfield's book, The War of Art. It gave me the motivation I need and may do the same for you.
March 10, 2020
Natural-language processing (NLP) is the "killer app" for insurance because the cost of building custom NLP apps has plummeted and performance is approaching-human level.
February 14, 2020
AI has roots in academic research there is too much needless jargon. Don't settle for being confused—demand simplicity. The real experts will be happy to oblige you.