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A Guide to Underwhelming with AI

This week: a guide to underwhelming with AI, featuring Watson for Oncology; why Forrester says 75% of early AI projects will underwhelm; and Stephen Hawking’s different AI warning.

Hallucinating AI is a Big Security Problem

This week: hallucinating AI is causing security headaches and potential disasters; a new report dives into potential malicious uses of artificial intelligence; and California legislators are taking action to protect you, your data and your privacy.

When Is “Good” Good Enough for AI?

Popular media and hype cycles are leading us to expect radical changes and perfect results from artificial intelligence. But you don’t read perfectly, so why should your AI? In this blog, veteran CIO Carl Lambrecht explains when “good” is good enough for AI.

Jeff Catlin’s AI Predictions for 2018

This week: Jeff Catlin gives us his AI predictions for 2018, plus a much-needed reality check (he says AI needs to consider its privilege); some areas where AI is already rivaling humans; and Steve Wozniak joins the camp of AI realists.

Hyperparameter Theft!

Hyperparameter optimization is akin to a secret ingredient in Willy Wonka’s Chocolate Factory. And, much like Arthur Slugworth, there are nefarious entities afoot in the machine learning community. In this article, Chief Scientist Paul Barba goes over the ins and outs of hyperparameter theft!

Emoji Speak Louder Than Words

We’ve updated our lexicon to come into compliance with Emoji 11.0, the 2018 update from the Unicode Consortium. Our COO, Tim Mohler, discusses why this is important in today’s blog post.

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