On the Me, Myself, and AI podcast, Airbnb’s Naba Banerjee explains how machine learning helps protect hosts and guests.
UC Berkeley’s Ziad Obermeyer discusses how machine learning and AI are being used for medical research and diagnoses.
Sam Ransbotham and Shervin Khodabandeh
A Q&A with AWS’s Michelle K. Lee on the challenges and advantages of adopting machine learning.
Anne Stuart, MIT SMR Connections
Swarm systems draw input from individuals and use algorithms to optimize system performance in real time.
Mark Purdy, Ray Eitel-Porter, and Max Klymenko
MIT professor Munther Dahleh proposes a marketplace for data that bases the cost of data on the financial value it generates
Munther Dahleh, interviewed by Elizabeth Heichler
Health care companies are using digital tools to put doctors’ focus back on patients.
Chris Cotteleer (Schumacher Clinical Partners), interviewed by Gerald C. Kane
To fully benefit from supply chain analytics, companies need to be able to act on insights quickly.
Melissa R. Bowers, Adam G. Petrie, and Mary C. Holcomb
Managers already struggle to put data to intelligent use; AI may add to their difficulty.
For the IoT revolution to progress, data collection and data quality both must be greatly improved.
Daniel Gettens, Francisco Jauffred, and Daniel W. Steeneck
AI’s value for managers lies in its ability to predict equipment failures and assess human emotions.
Andrew W. Moore
Industry expert Gerhard Kress discusses how the transportation industry is capitalizing on the opportunities that Internet of Things data offers.
Gerhard Kress and Bruce Posner
What will happen to predictive analytics once everything is connected?
Renee Boucher Ferguson
New research suggests data science, predictive analytics and big data will transform supply chains.