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TrendMiner offers an intuitive self-service analytics platform for time-series-based data. TrendMiner enables domain experts to analyze, monitor and predict the performance of manufacturing processes. Software...

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New York-based AI startup Pymetrics has announced it has open-sourced its much-needed tool for detecting bias in algorithms. Earlier this month, I posted an editorial titled ‘Stopping AI’s...

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Petasense co-founders Abhinav Khushraj (left) and Arun Santhebennur (right). Image courtesy of Petasense. Since this week’s theme so far is data, let’s keep it going with a profile on Petasense,...

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We’re an AI company, so people always ask about our algorithms.    If we could get a dollar for every time we’re asked about which flavor of machine learning we use –convolutional neural nets,...

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Berkeley Dietvorst, assistant professor of marketing at the University of Chicago Booth School of Business Even when faced with evidence that an algorithm will deliver better results than human judgment,...

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Every day, we hear about smart machines with new capabilities: computers that can outplay chess masters or are capable of processing natural language to answer increasingly complex questions; new...

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Profits or people? Businesses will increasingly have to choose. I write a lot about optimizing manufacturing, supply chains, and even employees using sensors and data analytics. While we are nowhere...

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Algorithms are vital for Industry 4.0, and as Thomas Oestreich, managing vice president at research company Gartner puts it: “…the connected world of cyber-physical systems has to deal with...