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Why AI Isn’t Going to Replace Data Scientists Any Time Soon
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“Doing AI” Is a Mistake that Detracts from Real Problem-Solving
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Getting the Green Light for a Machine Learning Project
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Combatting Fraud: AI and CB (Chatbots) to the Rescue

 Have you ever looked at your credit card statement, and wondered what a particular charge was all about? “Hey, I didn’t buy that?”, is a common reaction. Or, how about that text message alerting you to some suspicious behavior? Or worse, a communication from the IRS suggesting that it has identified questionable activity. Oh, yes,

Data Science for Marketing Optimization – Case Studies from Airbnb, Lyft, DoorDash

 Originally published in Blogboard Journal, Jan 7, 2021. In this article we’ll look at several case studies of data science being used to optimize marketing efforts at companies like Lyft, Airbnb, Netflix, Doordash, Wolt, Rovio Entertainment. In...

Machine Learning’s Missing Link: Business Leadership

  Machine learning. Your team needs it, your boss demands it, and your career loves it. After all, LinkedIn places it as one of the top few “Skills Companies Need Most” and as the very top emerging...

Explainable Machine Learning, Model Transparency, and the Right to Explanation

 Check out this topical video from Predictive Analytics World founder Eric Siegel: A computer can keep you in jail, or deny you a job, a loan, insurance coverage, or housing – and yet you cannot face your...

An AI is Training Counselors to Deal with Teens in Crisis

 Originally published in MIT Technology Review, Feb 26, 2021. Counselors volunteering at the Trevor Project need to be prepared for their first conversation with an LGBTQ teen who may be thinking about suicide. So first, they practice....

I Helped Build ByteDance’s Censorship Machine

 Originally published in Protocol, Feb 18, 2021. This is the story of Li An, a pseudonymous former employee at ByteDance, as told to Protocol’s Shen Lu. I wasn’t proud of it, and neither were my coworkers. But...

Institutionalizing Ethics in AI Through Broader Impact Requirements

 Originally published in Nature Machine Intelligence, Feb, 2021. Turning principles into practice is one of the most pressing challenges of artificial intelligence (AI) governance. In this Perspective, we reflect on a governance initiative by one of the...

Facebook Is Considering Facial Recognition For Its Upcoming Smart Glasses

 Originally published in BuzzFeed News, Feb 25, 2021. Facebook Vice President Andrew Bosworth told employees that the company is evaluating the legal and privacy issues around facial recognition for its upcoming wearable gadget. Facebook is discussing building...

Surge Pricing, Artificial Intelligence, and Responsibility

 On my first work trip to Jakarta 14 January 2016 for Grab, multiple terrorist bombs exploded a couple of miles from the GrabBike office where I had just arrived. People were fleeing cafes and restaurants around the attack site. My...

How Can We Fix the Data Science Talent Shortage?

 Originally published in Springboard Blog, Jan 22, 2021. Data science might just be the most buzzed-about job in tech right now, but its pop culture sheen conceals some of the harsh realities of being a fresh graduate in...

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