What I've been reading on Artificial Intelligence and Data science - 06/2018

A round-up of interesting articles I've read over the last week or so, mostly about product management, Artificial Intelligence and Data science.

How companies can navigate the age of machine learning

The AI-First Business Model

Human-Centered Machine Learning

Machine Learning for Product Managers

Machine Learning and Product Managers

Always start with a stupid model, no exceptions.

The Cold Start Problem with Artificial Intelligence

Deep Learning vs Classical Machine Learning

Why Deep Learning Is Suddenly Changing Your Life

What does it mean to be an AI Product Manager?

Are You Setting Your Data Scientists Up to Fail?

A Product Management Framework for Machine Learning — Part 1 of 3

A Product Management Framework for Machine Learning — Part 2 of 3

Here’s why so many data scientists are leaving their jobs

Competing in the AI economy: An interview with MIT’s Andrew McAfee

How artificial intelligence and data add value to businesses

If Your Data Is Bad, Your Machine Learning Tools Are Useless

Getting Value from Machine Learning Isn’t About Fancier Algorithms — It’s About Making It Easier to Use

10 Things Everyone Should Know About Machine Learning

I’ll tell you why Deep Learning is so popular and in demand

Ten Machine Learning Algorithms You Should Know to Become a Data Scientist

Learning a Personalized Homepage

Data Science Fundamentals for Product Managers

How the Big Data Explosion Has Changed Decision Making

What's the difference between data science, machine learning, and artificial intelligence?

Why Deep Learning Works

Use Big Data to Create Value for Customers, Not Just Target Them

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