What it’s really like to work at an artificial intelligence company

The earliest research in the field of artificial intelligence began 60 years ago, originating with a project at a conference at Dartmouth College in the summer of 1956. Since then, AI’s earliest pioneers and modern researchers alike have been working to create smarter, more autonomous systems, from AI written screenplays to Google Assistant. In New York City, a number of startups are entering the rapidly developing AI industry, which is still largely unchartered. We caught up with two experts working in this space to find out what it’s really like to work for a company centered around artificial intelligence. Jeff Smith is a Data Engineering Lead at x.ai, which provides virtual personal scheduling assistants.            Ian Jaffrey is a co-founder at Wade and Wendy, which is using…


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