Lexalytics, Inc.
Lexalytics, Inc.
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  • How is an AI like a car? Both can function for a while on their own, but neglect them for too long and you're in trouble. Just like a car, AI requires maintenance. This week's AI News & Insights explores the importance of regular AI maintenance and examines some stories of AI failure. The post AI Requires Maintenance: Stories of AI Failure appeared first on Lexalytics.

Lexalytics, Inc.
Lexalytics, Inc.
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  • EContent announced their 2018 Trendsetting Products! We're honored to see Lexalytics AI Assembler, our latest product, mentioned on the list. Check out this article to see how AI Assembler will change the space. The post The EContent 2018 Trendsetting Awards appeared first on Lexalytics.

Lexalytics, Inc.
Lexalytics, Inc.
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Lexalytics, Inc.
Lexalytics, Inc.
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  • JFK is about to undergo a massive renovation. How they might structure this effort should be informed by intelligent analysis. By using NLP to listen for feedback from their user base is a great way to kick off a customer-centric project. The post Airport Series: JFK And Planning For The Future appeared first on Lexalytics.

Lexalytics, Inc.
Lexalytics, Inc.
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  • Breaking free from the seduction of overhyped and unrealistic AI expectations; examining Hollywood's unrealistic AI portrayals to understand what AI can and can't do; and HBR's framework for building effective AI solutions to solve cognitive business challenges. The post Breaking Free From Unrealistic AI Expectations appeared first on Lexalytics.

Lexalytics, Inc.
Lexalytics, Inc.
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Lexalytics, Inc.
Lexalytics, Inc.
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Lexalytics, Inc.
Lexalytics, Inc.
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Lexalytics, Inc.
Lexalytics, Inc.
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Lexalytics, Inc.
Lexalytics, Inc.
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  • This week: hallucinating AI is causing security headaches and potential disasters; a new report dives into potential malicious uses of artificial intelligence; and California legislators are taking action to protect you, your data and your privacy. The post Hallucinating AI & More – Weekly AI News & Insights appeared first on Lexalytics.

Lexalytics, Inc.
Lexalytics, Inc.
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  • With expectations of AI ever higher and higher, it's important to remember when good is good enough. In this latest blog post our CIO, Carl Lambrecht, takes a look at exactly that. The post When Is Good Good Enough? appeared first on Lexalytics.

Lexalytics, Inc.
Lexalytics, Inc.
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  • Weekly AI news for March 7th: Elon Musk and Harvard spar over the dangers of narrow and general AI; a Google executive warns about "movie-inspired death scenarios" from Terminator-style AI; and here are 3 tips on how businesses can avoid dangerous AI. The post Weekly AI News & Insights – March 7th, 2018 appeared first on Lexalytics.

Lexalytics, Inc.
Lexalytics, Inc.
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  • Hyperparameter optimization is akin to a secret ingredient in Willy Wonka's Chocolate Factory. And, much like Arthur Slugworth, there are nefarious entities afoot in the machine learning community. In this article, Chief Scientist Paul Barba goes over the ins and outs of hyperparameter theft! The post Hyperparameter Theft! appeared first on Lexalytics.

Lexalytics, Inc.
Lexalytics, Inc.
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  • We've updated our lexicon to come into compliance with Emoji 11.0, the 2018 update from the Unicode Consortium. Our COO, Tim Mohler, discusses why this is important in today's blog post. The post Emoji Speak Louder Than Words appeared first on Lexalytics.

Lexalytics, Inc.
Lexalytics, Inc.
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  • Is Denver International Airport a haven for secret Illuminati ceremonies? You might think so by looking at an analysis of its Facebook page. In this latest installment of the airport analysis series, we look at how important it is for a text analytics solution to account for sarcasm and satire. The post Denver International Airport and the Illuminati appeared first on Lexalytics.

Lexalytics, Inc.
Lexalytics, Inc.
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  • In our fourth airport analysis, we turn to Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport in Texas. As the fourth busiest airport on Earth, DFW is larger than the island of Manhattan. Every year it caters to 64 million passengers. Here is what they have to say. The post Airport Series: Dallas/Fort Worth and The Dirty Secret appeared first on Lexalytics.

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