AI Today Podcast #35: Interview with Tom Davenport, Babson College, MIT, and Deloitte — Augmented Intelligence, GDPR, Data Science, and More

In this wide ranging podcast, hear from Professor Tom Davenport, Distinguished Professor at Babson College, fellow of MIT initiative on digital economy, and senior advisor to Deloitte’s Analytics & AI practice. Tom Davenport recently wrote a piece for the Harvard Business Review on “Artificial Intelligence for the Real World”, as well as the widely promoted …

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Not all Machine Learning (ML) Is Artificial Intelligence (AI): Part II

This post was featured in our Cognilytica Newsletter, with additional details. Didn’t get the newsletter? Sign up here: One of the great things about being an analyst at Cognilytica is that we get to see a very wide range of technologies, adoption patterns, and implementations for technology across a very disparate set of industries and …

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AI Today Podcast #34: Interview with Anant Kale, AppZen — Preventing Employee Expense Fraud with AI

Occupational fraud is not a small issue. On average, a company loses 5% of its revenues to employee financial fraud each year, with the annual median loss at $140,000 and over 20% of companies reporting losses of $1 million or more. The key to keeping a lid on this fraud is identifying the fraud before …

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AI Today Podcast #33: Interview with Prof. Alex Wissner-Gross — The Definition of Intelligence

How exactly do you define intelligence? Professor Alex Wissner-Gross, President and Chief Scientist at Gemedy and Fellow at Harvard Institute for Applied Computational Science has an answer. In this podcast, we interview Professor Wissner-Gross not only about his equation for defining intelligence, but also his thoughts that we need new challenges around data sets, as …

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AI is Not a Job Killer — it’s a Job Category Killer

This post was featured in our Cognilytica Newsletter, with additional details. Didn’t get the newsletter? Sign up here: AI brings mixed emotions and opinions when referenced in the context of jobs.  Here’s something fun you can do at your next business or technology networking event; ask the question “Do you think Artificial Intelligence will be …

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Is Machine Learning really AI?

This post was featured in our Cognilytica Newsletter, with additional details. Didn’t get the newsletter? Sign up here: One of the downsides to the recent revival of popularity of Artificial Intelligence (AI) is that we see a lot of vendors, professional services firms, and end users jumping on the AI bandwagon labeling their technologies, products, …

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AI Today Podcast #30: Interview with MIT Professor Luis Perez-Breva — Contrary Perspectives on AI and ML

Every once in a while we have a podcast interview with someone that really makes us rethink some of the popular positions in Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning (ML). This podcast’s interview with Luis Perez-Breva, faculty director of innovation teams at MIT’s School of Engineering and working with MIT Sloan School of Management, was one …

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