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Effective Machine Learning Needs Leadership — Not AI Hype
 Originally published in BigThink, Feb 12, 2024.  Excerpted from The...
Today’s AI Won’t Radically Transform Society, But It’s Already Reshaping Business
 Originally published in Fast Company, Jan 5, 2024. Eric...
A University Curriculum Supplement to Teach a Business Framework for ML Deployment
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The AI Playbook: Providing Important Reminders to Data Professionals
 Originally published in DATAVERSITY. This article reviews the new...

9 years ago
Predictive Analytics in Sports

 The world of sports has seen exponential increases in costs primarily due to salaries. To truly appreciate this fact, I had a distant relative in the NHL who in 1980 earned approximately 80K. Meanwhile, the average household income at that time was about 20K which was basically a 4 to 1 ratio. Today, the average player earn close to $1MM a year while average household salaries hover at about 50K for a ratio of about 20 to 1. Rather than discuss the economic fairness of this situation, the salient point in mentioning these numbers is that athletes’ salaries

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