2017 saw an explosion of machine learning in production use, with even deep learning and artificial intelligence (AI) being leveraged for practical applications.
“Basic analytics are out; machine learning (and beyond) are in,” says Kenneth Sanford, U.S. lead analytics architect for collaborative data science platform Dataiku, as he looks back on 2017.
Sanford says practical applications of machine learning, deep learning, and AI are “everywhere and out in the open these days,” pointing to the “super billboards” in London’s Piccadilly Circus that leverage hidden cameras gathering data on foot and road traffic (including the make and model of passing cars) to deliver targeted advertisements.
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Source: IT Strategy