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Running Up Against the Limits of Common Sense in Artificial Intelligence

One problem in artificial intelligence is a tendency to run out of training data. There are occasional instances in which there is not enough training data to train an AI model fully. In [...]

Is Deep Reinforcement Learning the Next Phase of AI Adoption?

Over the last few years, you may have read about AI making significant progress in the world of games. Research divisions from various universities and companies have created AI that can compete [...]

Where does Artificial Intelligence Use Brute Force Instead?

If you’ve been reading this blog for a while, you’ll notice that we often end up talking about explainable AI. That’s because explainable AI is something that our customers care a lot about.

If [...]

Looking at the Uncool Side of Artificial Intelligence

The market for data science and artificial intelligence isn’t mature—not by a long shot. However, what we may be seeing is what Winston Churchill once termed “the end of the beginning.” In many [...]

What is GPT-3 Actually Doing?

At the moment, GPT-3 looks like one of the most important innovations in artificial intelligence. It is a scarily good speech generation algorithm, able to compose entire essays with just a [...]

The "AI Winter" Looks Different Than we Thought

If you follow Gartner, you know about their infamous hype cycle—the one that predicts how any new technology will, at some point, gather interest that is out of proportion to its utility. When [...]

How Will AI Adoption Spread Through Companies and Industries?

AI is everywhere, but it’s not yet ubiquitous. Last year, researchers from MIT surveyed 1000 enterprises across 11 industries and found that 97% had adopted or planned to adopt AI. With that said, [...]

Using AI to Discover the Next Big… Cookie?

AI is known for its complexity—and usually, when the topic of complexity comes up, it turns out to be a net negative for the AI product in question. Complexity obscures. Too much complexity means [...]

When it Comes to AI, it’s Time for Companies to Think Bigger

Right now, much of the corporate and governmental investment in artificial intelligence is iterative. We're fond of citing that 50% of AI products are concentrated in just two product [...]

On the Eve of New Turing Honors, is his Famous Test Still Relevant?

Computer scientists rejoiced on March 25th, 2021, when they learned that Alan Turing, a pioneer in the field of cryptography and computing technology, would be honored by appearing on the British [...]