Machine Learning / AI roundup for last week

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There’s  much new goodness on the interwebs since my last machine learning and artificial intelligence roundup post (only 2 weeks ago). This isn’t by any means comprehensive, but take a quick skim and see if there’s anything you missed that’s relevant to you.

Business Uses

Recruiting / Hiring / HR: Video: Predictive Analytics for Hiring in 5 Minutes (Koru co-founder Josh Jarrett presenting at New Tech Seattle, August 8, 2017) – I saw this one live. Josh is a good presenter and the promise of his product is intriguing.

Sales: 3 Ways AI Is Upending the B2B Sales Experience (Seismic CEO Doug Winter, Entrepreneur.com, August 14 2017) – Useful overview from an industry insider.

Healthcare: Google’s Machine Learning Looks to Improve Predictions in Health Care (Dan Ochwat, H&HN.com [Hospitals & Health Networks], August 8 2017)

Energy: Google enters race for nuclear fusion technology (Damian Carrington, The Guardian, July 25 2017) – This is the first time I heard the phrase “Optometrist Algorithm”—the machine learning makes suggestions to the humans, who choose Continue reading “Machine Learning / AI roundup for last week”

It’s An AI (and Machine Learning) Thing

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AI and Machine Learning in Business and Education

I decided to share some links to a few of my favorite (mostly recent) articles and videos about #AI, aka artificial intelligence, and #ML, aka machine learning, in a post here. If anyone wants to submit additions, feel free to contribute in the comments below.

Recent overview articles about AI / Machine Learning

The Business of Artificial Intelligence / What it can — and cannot — do for your organization (Erik Brynjolfsson & Andrew McAfee, Harvard Business Review, July 2017)

Building machines that learn and think like people (Josh Tenenbaum, O’Reilly Artificial Intelligence, June 28 2017)

Video: Three Ways Businesses Use Artificial Intelligence (Tom Davenport with Allison Ryder, MIT Sloan Management Review, July 24 2017)

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