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A University Curriculum Supplement to Teach a Business Framework for ML Deployment
    In 2023, as a visiting analytics professor...
The AI Playbook: Providing Important Reminders to Data Professionals
 Originally published in DATAVERSITY. This article reviews the new...
Decode the Algorithm: Navigate the World of Machine Learning in Business with ‘The AI ​​Playbook’
  This article reviews the new book, The AI Playbook, by...
To Deploy Machine Learning, You Must Manage Operational Change—Here Is How UPS Got It Right
 Originally published in Harvard Data Science Review. For more...

Deep Learning

Dirty Shrimp Farms are Punching a Huge Hole in the Environment. A.I. Could Cut It In Half

 Originally published in Fortune, Oct 24, 2022.    Inside a humid warehouse in suburban Indianapolis, a company called Atarraya is using large metal containers and the latest technology to grow shrimp hundreds of miles from the ocean. At one end of the hangar-like building sit blue metal boxes that look similar to shipping containers. But instead of

The Biggest Bottleneck for Large Language Model Startups is UX

 Originally published in Innovation Endeavors, Nov 1, 2022.  Applied large language model startups have exploded in the past year. Enormous advances in underlying language modeling technology, coupled with the early success of products like Github CoPilot, have...

AI-Generated Imagery is the New Clip Art as Microsoft Adds DALL-E to its Office Suite

 Originally published in The Verge, Oct 12, 2022.  Microsoft is adding AI-generated art to its suite of Office software with a new app named Microsoft Designer. The app functions the same way as AI text-to-image models like DALL-E...

Microsoft Open Sources Its ‘Farm of the Future’ Toolkit

 Originally published in The AI Blog, Oct 6, 2022.  FARMINGTON, Wash. – The gently rolling hills here in eastern Washington have long grown rich harvests of wheat, barley and lentils. Fifth-generation farmer Andrew Nelson is adding a...

Getting Tabular Data from Unstructured Text with GPT-3: An Ongoing Experiment

 Originally published by Roberto Rocha. One of the most exciting applications of AI in journalism is the creation of structured data from unstructured text. Government reports, legal documents, emails, memos… these are rich with content like names,...

The Science Behind the New “Alexa, What Should I Watch?” Fire TV Experience

 Originally published in Amazon Science, Oct 6, 2022.  “What should I watch?” In an entertainment universe filled with a rapidly expanding catalog of shows across myriad channels and apps, this might be one of the most common...

The Science Behind NFL Next Gen Stats’ New Passing Metric

 Originally published in Amazon Science, Aug 26, 2022.  Spliced binned-Pareto distributions are flexible enough to handle symmetric, asymmetric, and multimodal distributions, offering a more consistent metric. When football fans evaluate a player’s performance, they measure the player’s...

Productizing Large Language Models

 Originally posted on Replit.com, Sept 21, 2022.  Large Language Models (LLMs) are known for their near-magical ability to learn from very few examples — as little as zero — to create language wonders. LLMs can chat, write...

AI And The Limits Of Language

 Originally published in Noema, Aug 23, 2022. When a Google engineer recently declared Google’s AI chatbot a person, pandemonium ensued. The chatbot, LaMDA, is a large language model (LLM) that is designed to predict the likely next...

Testing Firefox More Efficiently With Machine Learning

 Originally published in Mozilla Hacks, July 9, 2022. A browser is an incredibly complex piece of software. With such enormous complexity, the only way to maintain a rapid pace of development is through an extensive CI system that can...

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