Model Governance & Explainable AI

Patrick Hall of H2O.ai leads a discussion panel on model governance and explainable AI. It's close to two hours of a great discussion of a very complex but important topic.

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Microsoft the AI Powerhouse

I've been a long term shareholder of MSFT and I've been rewarded quite well. Under the leadership of CEO Nadella, Microsoft has become and AI powerhouse, and I believe he'll win the cloud computing wars. Right now Amazon is the dominant player...

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Making AI Happen Without Getting Fired

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4a_Y0L7suBc From H2O.ai I watched Mike Gualtieri's keynote presentation from H2O World San Francisco (2019) and found it to be very insightful from a non-technical MBA type of way. The gist of the presentation is...

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Weaponizing AI

File this under "no shit Sherlock," but hackers are already weaponizing machine learning. The AI, named SNAP_R, sent simulated spear-phishing tweets to over 800 users at a rate of 6.75 tweets per minute, luring 275 victims. By contrast, Forbes...

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Millennials can't catch a break

This is just nuts. Millennials just can't seem to catch a break. Now AI is coming for their jobs. Research released by Gallup on Thursday indicates a collision between technology and “business as usual” is coming soon, and the fallout will be...

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Labeling Training Data Correctly

When you’re dealing with a classification problem in machine learning, good labeled data is crucial. The more time you spend labeling training data correctly, the better. This is because your model’s performance and deployment will depend on it....

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Where Computers Defeat Us and Where They Don't

After AlphaGo won 4 to 1 against Lee Sedol, the world is a buzz with excitement and fear of AI. Although we're still a long way from the "rise of the machines," but we are getting closer. AlphaGo does use simulations and traditional search...

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