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  • More Intelligent Tomorrow
    Disrupting a Market is Rarely an Overnight Transformation
    Disrupting a market is rarely an overnight transformation. And the right leaders see disruption as an ongoing process, not a one-time event. Peter Coffee was the first person at Salesforce with the word “platform” in his title. This was in an era where the idea of cloud computing was still in its infancy. He’s spent the last 15 years helping…
    December 13, 2021
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  • More Intelligent Industries
    The Cost and Complexity of Last Mile Delivery
    If the pandemic has taught us anything, it’s the value of having goods delivered right to our front door. From fast food ordered on an app, to next day shipping from an online store, the distance from click to delivery is getting shorter all the time. What most of us don’t realize is that the hardest part of delivering an…
    December 13, 2021
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  • More Intelligent Tomorrow
    Applied AI – Innovation That Matters
    In this episode of More Intelligent Tomorrow, we hear from Debanjan Saha, the President and Chief Operating Officer for DataRobot. He sat down with host Ben Taylor to discuss how he got to where he is and what he thinks is in store for artificial intelligence and machine learning. Ben starts off by asking Debanjan about the unique journey that…
    December 13, 2021
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  • More Intelligent Finance
    You Can’t Be in Business and Not Take Risks
    This episode of More Intelligent Tomorrow brings together H.P. Bunaes, the Executive Director for AI. & Machine Learning at JPMorgan Chase and Diego Oppenheimer, the Executive Vice President of Machine Learning Ops at DataRobot for a conversation about artificial intelligence, machine learning, and their roles in the financial services industry. Data analytics and AI/ML wasn’t a thing in 1983 when…
    December 13, 2021
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  • AI Everyday
    How McLaren is Gaining Speed in Formula 1 Races With AI
    Historically and presently, McLaren Racing is a multi-platform racing brand, currently competing in F1, IndyCar, and the Extreme E electric off-road racing series. In 2023, the team will also enter the Formula E World Championship. McLaren is one of the most successful Formula 1 teams of all time. As of June 2022, McLaren drivers have won 183 races and 12…
    December 13, 2021
  • AI Everyday
    Building a March Mania Bracket Using Machine Learning
    Editor’s Note – This post was updated March 29th to check in on the results of our model, and share our predictions on the final four. Editor’s Note – This post was updated March 22nd to check in on the results of our model.  It’s that time of year again. Since I was a kid, I’ve always been swept away…
    December 13, 2021
  • Better World/Better Business
    Addressing the Gender Gap in AI
    As companies continue to fill more than a million surplus jobs, one of the top roles they’re hiring for is artificial intelligence specialist. It’s great to see a strong focus on AI and machine learning as they become more prevalent across industries. However, these companies may not be searching as far and wide as they could be. Per a World…
    December 13, 2021
  • More Intelligent Tomorrow
    Anticipating the Singularity
    Singularities have been explored in science fiction; authors such as William Gibson and Phillip K. Dick have speculated what life could be like in a world beyond them, and video games such as Cyberpunk 2077 have invited us to experience them firsthand. Singularities may have once been a philosophical flight of fancy, but today they are an important topic for…
    December 13, 2021
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