Learning Machine Learning: A Personal Journey
The Cognitive Apocalypse: Could AI Destroy What it Means to be Human?
Who wants to hear a story about data?!
Understandably, not a lot of people would raise their hands to an intro like that. For me, however, data has sculpted my career path and led to many exciting opportunities over the life of my profession.
Using Statistical Modeling to Predict Product Purchase in Microsoft AZURE
You are sitting in a dimly-lit restaurant. The piano softly plays under the hushed conversations of other patrons.
Learning Machine Learning: It's (Not) All About the Algorithms, Baby!
It's been a long time since my last post so I thought I'd return with something a little different than in the past.
Net Promoter Score Isn't Great: Business Growth Isn't That Simple
Delivering an introductory course on machine learning opens your eyes to some of the common misconceptions and non-considerations new entrants have when first presented with the subject.
Computer Vision: Do Androids Dream of Electric Hawaii?
Synecdoche is a linguistic term for when one refers to the whole of something by identifying it only one of its parts.
How Was Your Stay? Exploring Hawai'i Island TripAdvisor Reviews with NLP
In Back to the Future Part II we were promised flying cars by the year 2015. Hasn't happened.
DIY Machine Learning: Measuring Response to Video Ads with Microsoft's Emotion API
Have you ever wondered what your customers were saying about your business? Probably seems like a silly question, right?
The Market Research Turing Test: Can DIY Tools Ever Fully Replace Research Professionals?
I've expounded my preference for "next-gen" research methods on LinkedIn for quite some time now.
It's a topic that has been explored countless times in the annals of science fiction...human dominance subsumed by ever more intelligent machines.