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2020-2021

Gradient Flow #32: Data Cascades, Demand for Data Engineers, Exploiting ML models

Subscribe • Previous Issues This edition has 428 words which will take you about 2 minutes to read. “I would believe only in a god who could dance.” – Friedrich Nietzsche. Data Exchange podcast Machine Learning in Healthcare  I speak with Parisa Rashidi, Associate Professor at the Department of Biomedical Engineering and Director of the Intelligent Health Lab at the University ofContinue reading “Gradient Flow #32: Data Cascades, Demand for Data Engineers, Exploiting ML models”

Gradient Flow #31: AI in Healthcare, Data Quality, Understanding Neural Networks

Subscribe • Previous Issues This edition has 368 words which will take you about 2 minutes to read. “There’s a Fog of War, but there’s also a Fog of Peace.” – Eric Grosse Data Exchange podcast The Mathematics of Data Integration and Data Quality    Ryan Wisnesky is the CTO and co-founder of Conexus, a startup that uses ideas from Category TheoryContinue reading “Gradient Flow #31: AI in Healthcare, Data Quality, Understanding Neural Networks”

Gradient Flow #30: Pricing Data Products, National AI Strategy, Elastic Computing

Subscribe • Previous Issues This edition has 560 words which will take you about 3 minutes to read. “We hoped for the best, but it turned out as usual.” – Viktor Chernomyrdin Data Exchange podcast Challenges, Opportunities, and Trends in EdTech   Stanford’s Sharon Zhou has been teaching very popular courses on GANs (generative adversarial networks) on Coursera. We discuss the stateContinue reading “Gradient Flow #30: Pricing Data Products, National AI Strategy, Elastic Computing”

Gradient Flow #29: Business at the Speed of AI, Information Security, Trading Bubbles

Subscribe • Previous Issues This edition has 344 words which will take you about 2 minutes to read. “But nothing is more opaque than absolute transparency.” – Margaret Atwood. Data Exchange podcast Towards Simple, Interpretable, and Trustworthy AI   I speak with Sheldon Fernandez, CEO at Darwin AI, and Alex Wong, Professor at the University of Waterloo, Co-Founder of DarwinAI and EuclidContinue reading “Gradient Flow #29: Business at the Speed of AI, Information Security, Trading Bubbles”

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