— In the News —
Between case counts, deaths, hospitalizations, positivity rates, rolling averages, etc, it's hard to gauge how the pandemic is progressing. Here's a detailed guide to the numbers and, ultimately, insights into what's worth paying attention to.
Fake news? We haven't seen anything yet. This new project from the MIT Center for Advanced Virtuality shows how deepfakes are evolving and how they're being used. The 6 minute film on the project site is worthwhile and definitely don't miss the Resources section >>
— Insight —
This series of articles about AI product management explores how developing AI-driven products is different than developing typical software products. Previous articles have gone through the basics. This part gets to the meat: how do you bring an AI product to market?
With extensive surveillance, robust data collection capabilities, and access to private sector data, China has a LOT of data to work with but is that enough to overtake the U.S. in AI?
— Tools and Techniques —
In this interview, Oren Razon, Co-Founder and CTO of SuperwiseAI, discusses the challenges of operationalizing machine learning, the different types of model drift that can occur, and who owns ML monitoring in organizations.
— Resources —
Great curation of papers, articles, and blogs that will help you figure out how to implement your next machine learning project for production.
This new online book will serve as a thorough introduction to prediction and modeling with text, along with detailed practical examples.
Architecture diagrams, reference architectures, example scenarios, and solutions for common workloads on Azure.