Companies are making 350% on their investments in machine learning

I’ve been skim-reading articles in The Economist, The Sunday Times and The Evening Standard lately about the coming wave of robotics and automation. Those articles are all the same. They talk vaguely about how robots will replace lots of white collar workers within ten years. And they skim over the question of how the technology works. Ten years is a nice time scale for a prediction: far enough out that you can make amazing claims, close enough that they seem vaguely urgent. And far enough that nobody’s going to hold you to them. The articles I’m seeing don’t cover any of the good stuff. They don’t explain how machine learning actually works. Or the overall benefits of automation. Or how you can benefit. I’m trying to fill in those gaps.…


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