My latest article on Forbes describes how different components of AI are beginning to work together to improve manufacturing.
A short overview of the subject on Forbes.
My Forbes article about how I think the interesting research is a step towards passing the Turing Test.
I’m playing with alternating between the publishing page and blog entries and am not sure which I like better.
Which businesses really need a data scientist? https://bit.ly/2JInbhj
Almost a month after my last post, there is a change. Differences in focus and goals have resulted in me solely focusing on my own practice. I wish the people on the TIRIAS Research team the best of luck.
Since my last post, I’ve had a number of columns on Forbes. In addition, my brother, Paul Teich, and I have released a TIRIAS Research report on NVIDIA’s new framework for deep learning. As usual, you can link to all of them via my publications page.
My focus on business intelligence the last few years, my long term interest in artificial intelligence and the growth of machine learning came together to drive the content for my latest Forbes article.
In my work with TIRIAS Research, I’m covering machine learning. As part of that, I am publishing articles on Forbes. One thing I’ve started this month, with two articles, is a thread on management AI. The purpose is to take specific parts of AI and machine learning that are often described very technically, and present them in a way that management can understand what they are and, more importantly, why they provide value to decision making.
As I post my latest Tech Target article, on Tableau showing the subscription model is winning, I should point out that I’m no longer linking articles via blog entry but, rather, adding them to my Published Articles page. I never blogged much, so that makes sense.
As I have thoughts that I don’t think are formal enough to publish, I’ll still use the blog page; but refer to the articles one for publishing