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How Companies Can Gain Value From Small Data

In this contributed article, Shanif Dhanani, CEO of Apteo, highlights four ways to circumvent the need for big data. While big data can fuel astonishing results, organizations can gain value from “small data” as well.

Book Review: Artificial Intelligence Engines: A Tutorial Introduction to the Mathematics of Deep Learning

We’re seeing a rising number of new books on the mathematics of data science, machine learning, AI and deep learning, which I view as a very positive trend because of the importance for data scientists to understand the theoretical foundations for these technologies. In the coming months, I plan to review a number of these […]

Addressing AI Trust, Systemic Bias & Transparency as Business Priorities

Our friend Dr Stuart Battersby, CTO of Chatterbox Labs (an Enterprise Al Company), reached out to us to share how his company built a patented AI Model Insights Platform (AIMI) to address the lack of explainability & trust, systemic bias and vulnerabilities within any AI model or system.

causaLens Launches Causal AI Platform

causaLens, a deep-tech company predicting and optimising the global economy, has released a new causal Artificial Intelligence (causal AI) enterprise platform. Businesses no longer have to rely on curve-fitting machine learning platforms unable to handle the complexity of today’s world. They are invited to join the real AI revolution with a platform that understands cause and effect.

“Above the Trend Line” – Your Industry Rumor Central for 9/19/2020

Above the Trend Line: your industry rumor central is a recurring feature of insideBIGDATA. In this column, we present a variety of short time-critical news items grouped by category such as M&A activity, people movements, funding news, financial results, industry alignments, customer wins, rumors and general scuttlebutt floating around the big data, data science and machine learning industries including behind-the-scenes anecdotes and curious buzz.

How Artificial Intelligence Will Help Decide This Season’s NFL Pizza Delivery War

In this contributed article, Campbell Brown, CEO & Co-Founder of PredictHQ, analyzes how companies that double down on smarter ways to accurately forecast demand during NFL season can be successful – which in today’s world, represents an opportunity for competitive advantage that businesses won’t want to pass up.

AI Under the Hood: FunCorp.

In this new edition of our popular “AI Under the Hood” column, FunCorp Co-founder and CIO Denis Litvinov does a deep dive into his company’s use of AI on social media networks. AI is a key component of the popular social networks you use every single day. FunCorp develops and operates UGC services for different geo and audience niches.

KDD 2020 Celebrates Recipients of the SIGKDD Best Paper Awards

KDD 2020, the premier interdisciplinary conference in data science (which took place virtually Aug. 23-27, 2020), announced the recipients of the SIGKDD Best Paper Awards, recognizing papers presented at the annual SIGKDD conference that advanced the fundamental understanding of the field of knowledge discovery in data and data mining. Winners were selected from more than 2,000 papers initially submitted for consideration to be presented at the conference.

As AI Evolves, No Need For Overhaul of U.S. Patent System … Yet

In this contributed article, Daniel J. Schwartz, partner in Nixon Peabody’s Intellectual Property group, and Paulina M. Starostka, an associate in Nixon Peabody’s Intellectual Property group, discuss the explosion of recent AI-related patent grants. As this rise has occurred, so have interesting questions concerning patentability, inventorship, ownership, and disclosure issues. To address these (and other) concerns, the USPTO launched its Artificial Intelligence Initiative in 2019, engaging the innovation community and experts to determine whether AI required any changes to the U.S. Patent system.

The Evolution of ASR and How It Could Transform Your Business

In this special guest feature, Scott Stephenson, CEO of Deepgram, dives into the evolution of automatic speech recognition (ASR), popular use cases, current limitations, and a few predictions for how the technology will continue to evolve in the enterprise. The advent of Siri, Alexa and Google Home has made ASR increasingly popular. After all, ASR is the driving force behind a wide array of modern technologies. If you have a smartphone, for example, then you have ASR right at your fingertips. However, ASR is so much more than Siri or Alexa and has burgeoning potential across the enterprise.