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Interview: Mike Hudy, Ph.D., Chief Science Officer at Modern Hire

I recently caught up with Mike Hudy, Ph.D., Chief Science Officer at Modern Hire, to discuss the use of AI in the hiring process. Hint: it includes a robust and specific code of ethics, implementation with a specific problem in mind, and lots of transparency.

Podcast Highlights: Towards Data Science

Today’s feature podcast series comes from one my favorite data science blogs, Towards Data Science, which has consistently high-quality content to expand your knowledge of the field. Use the link to browse the 21 podcast series. Enjoy!

Conceptualizing the 2020’s: The Decade of the Internet of Things

In this contributed article, editorial consultant Jelani Harper highlights several lofty predictions about the number of connected devices in the IoT begin this year; many developments directly impacting its adoption rates will flourish in the coming 10 years, rendering it the premier expression of data management.

Take the Data Science Survey from the University of Pisa

A research team from the University of Pisa seeks your participation in their Data Science Survey. The survey is mainly addressed at those who work every day in the field of data science, either on their own or for a company. This questionnaire will provide the starting point for defining a common framework among those […]

Introducing DataStax Luna, Enterprise Support for Apache Cassandra

DataStax announced DataStax Luna, subscription-based support for open source Cassandra. The new DataStax offering supports the fast growing adoption of Apache Cassandra™ by enterprises across every industry. According to the popular site DB-Engines, Cassandra is used by 40% of the Fortune 100 and continues to gain popularity.

The Evolving Nature of the Internet of Things

In this contributed article, freelance human Avery Phillips discusses how the IoT is not a perfect system that will enable us to live unfettered lives of luxury. However, it is a useful tool that is revolutionizing the world of business and industry, changing how we approach work and helping to keep us safer as we embrace a more automated world.

The Deep Learning Patent Land Rush

In this contributed article, Nelson E. (Nick) Brestoff recounts his experience in the hot area of deep learning patents and his secret (not any more) patent superpower. He also provides a yearly tally of deep learning patent filings plus a corporate leader board.

It’s Time to Get on Board with the AI Evolution Before it’s Too Late

In this contributed article, Mike Fitzgerald, Chief Innovation Officer at SoftwareONE, believes there are several factors regarding AI that companies need to take into consideration, from governance laws and how they will impact data, the impact AI has on culture, and how the future of AI will influence business decisions. In order to optimize AI and use its power for the greater good of your business, one must have an understanding of these components of the AI evolution.

Supercomputers and Machine Learning: A Perfect Match

In this contributed article, technology writer Gilad David Maayan suggests that when considering complex or very large data sets, using the largest and most powerful computers in the world sounds ideal. High-performance computing is a perfect match for complex machine learning and big data models. These supercomputers can easily process billions of calculations, improving the capabilities of machine learning technologies.

Why AI will be Inhuman

Cyber security provider F-Secure has launched a new research project to further develop the decentralized artificial intelligence (AI) mechanisms currently used in its detection and response technologies. The initiative, dubbed Project Blackfin, aims to leverage collective intelligence techniques, such as swarm intelligence, to create adaptive, autonomous AI agents that collaborate with each other to achieve common goals.