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Digamma.ai CEO Q&A Series: Kieran Snyder of Textio

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Digamma.ai CEO Q&A Series: Interview with Kieran Snyder, co-founder of Textio 1. You previously worked at Microsoft and Amazon and have a PhD in Linguistics and Cognitive Science. Today, you and your team run Textio, an augmented writing platform that has been used by companies such as Atlassian, NVIDIA, Square, Starbucks, Twitter and Vodafone. How did you and your co-founder and CTO Jensen Harris come up with the idea for Textio back in 2014? We […]

Digamma.ai CEO Q&A Series: Wout Brusselaers of Deep 6 AI

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Digamma.ai CEO Q&A Series: Interview with Wout Brusselaers, CEO of Deep 6 AI 1. Deep 6 AI recently won the Enterprise and Smart Data category at SXSW’s accelerator competition and participated in the inaugural SXSW Connect to End Cancer event. What role is Deep 6 taking in the fight to end cancer? We’re not doing any cancer research ourselves. However, Joe Biden, our former Vice President, actually pitched the purpose of our company himself when […]

Digamma.ai Q&A Series: Karen Ouk of mode.ai

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Digamma.ai Q&A Series: Interview with Karen Ouk, SVP Business Development at mode.ai, which builds AI-powered B2B2C visual chatbots for retailers. 1. mode.ai’s mission is to allow users to rediscover shopping in a more visual, conversational and personalized way. Why is this relevant now on the consumer front? There are three components of our mission: visual search, conversational commerce and personalization. Visual search allows us to offer features that purely text-based search cannot accomplish. For example, say […]

Digamma.ai CEO Q&A Series: Michal Wroczynski of Fido.ai

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Digamma.ai CEO Q&A Series: Interview with Michal Wroczynski, CEO and founder at Fido Labs 1. Fido’s technology powers chatbots so that they can learn automatically from the internet and answer complex business questions based on a large volume of text. Tell me about how Fido got started in the first place and your novel approach in teaching machines how to reason more like humans. In 2003, we co-founded Fido Interactive and implemented many commercial projects of AI […]

Digamma.ai Q&A Series: Vsevolod Dyomkin of (m8n)ware

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Digamma.ai Q&A Series: Interview with Vsevolod Dyomkin  1. Grammarly is a commercial product. While developing it, did you encounter any interesting challenges and obtain any interesting research results in the NLP area? Did any interesting academic results arise from the development process or was the work purely an application of existing NLP algorithms? Grammarly operates in a field that is both down-to-earth and also has a history of relevant academic research.  In addition to its […]

Machine Learning Consultants Digamma.ai Team Up With Udacity to Address the AI Knowledge Gap

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The artificial intelligence and machine learning community is quickly becoming one of the most dynamic, exciting and global ones. VCs have been fast to take notice of what is not just a passing trend, but an indicator of just how much artificial intelligence is positioned to change fundamental aspects of our society, from the division of labour to how we make decisions on a day-to-day basis. In fact, the number of VC-backed investments in AI […]

Two Artificial Intelligence Trends That Will Change the World — And How To Benefit From Them (Part II)

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Continued from Part I: Two Artificial Intelligence Trends That Will Change the World — And How To Benefit From Them 2. AI Will Touch and Change Nearly Every Job, Even White Collar Ones Blue collar jobs previously thought vulnerable to AI are now not the only ones. In fact, AI is already disrupting white collar industries and many professional jobs aren’t as safe as once thought. As Erik Sherman at Fortune commented, “researchers are beginning […]

How AI and Machine Learning Will Revolutionize the Health Industry

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Imagine if humans could train themselves to give more precise diagnoses. Over time, medical misdiagnosis would abate, save countless lives, and not to mention save hospitals, patients, and their families millions of dollars every year. Pharmaceutical industries, too, would be able to keep their stock orders in far more accurate conditions, keeping their reserves continuously maintained for predictive demand. Now consider that in the distant future, your surgery could be performed by an enhanced robot. […]

Two AI Trends That Will Change the World — And How To Benefit From Them (Part I)

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In a recent interview of Andrew Ng and Neil Jacobstein on AI, Wall Street Journal reporter Scott Austin claimed that, “artificial intelligence is shaping up as the next industrial revolution, poised to rapidly reinvent business, the global economy and how people work and interact with each other.” Andrew Ng is chief scientist at Chinese internet giant Baidu Inc. and co-founder of the education startup Coursera. Neil Jacobstein is chair of the artificial intelligence and robotics department […]

5 Ways Artificial Intelligence Can Make Your Business More Profitable

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1. Automation Artificial intelligence is becoming so advanced that we’re currently seeing honorary disciplines being aided, though not yet replaced, with computerized assistance. Some customary journalistic tasks are already being carried out by AI, such as summarizing reports, analysis, and pulling data from A to B to gauge further intelligence. Other advancements are being made within the administrative field at a growing rate, with AI able to schedule meetings, note down important items, and take […]