Why Machine Learning Projects Fail

 

Software development is a mature field, built on decades of experience. Organizations have sophisticated methodologies for developing, testing, debugging, and putting apps into production as stable [...]

An Executive Guide to Understanding Machine Learning

Imagine you've been researching a new machine learning tool. You believe it will help your organization and are impressed by the vendor's claims. You sit down for a meeting with their sales manager, [...]

Addressing the Trust Problem with AI and the Banking Industry

Artificial intelligence suffers to some extent because of a problem with trust, especially related to the banking industry. When it comes to financial decisions such as one’s eligibility for a bank [...]

ESG Fact Check: Real-Time Monitoring of Social Responsibilities Goals

Sustainability reporting for companies worldwide continue to rise. In KPMG's latest sustainability study, "The KPMG Survey of Sustainability Reporting 2020", worldwide sustainability reporting for [...]

Favorite Five AI Blog Posts of 2020

We covered a lot here in 2020 on all things AI, machine learning, and data science. As we take a look back at all the white papers, case studies, and articles published, we have rounded up the top [...]

How Augmented Analytics Find Patterns That Humans Can’t

Human beings are incredibly good at finding patterns. We can infer the meaning of a whole article by skimming a few sentences, instantly spot a friendly face in a crowd, or recognize a favorite song [...]

AI Companies Have Skyrocketed in Value

Artificial intelligence products have matured in exciting ways over the last two years, and investors are starting to notice. Research from Gartner shows that business use of AI has grown by over 270%

How Can AI Augment Human Insight?

Based on the speed of AI development, it is clear that artificial intelligence can monitor more data streams, make faster decisions, and in some cases, make better choices than human intercessors. [...]

Artificial Intelligence: Do We Need to Break Out of the Chinese Room?

Let's start by recapping one of the most famous thought experiments in the history of computer science. Imagine yourself in a locked room. Periodically, someone slips a list of Chinese characters [...]