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7 tips to being AI ready

| Author Don Roedner, tagged in Agile AI, ai bias, ml learning

We produce quality training data for computer vision and natural language processing, which means we have a lot of experience with machine learning projects throughout their lifecycle. Our experience with firsttime ML project teams has given us valuable insights into the kinds of approaches that foster project success and the obstacles that can cause costly delays and even project failure. Data scientists are well aware of the best approaches, the ugly obstacles, and what it takes to be AI-ready. Does the rest of the organization?

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Measurement bias

| Author Don Roedner, tagged in ai bias, ml learning

Let’s tie a bow on this thing. To review, we’ve talked about the model, sampling, and prejudice. The final type of bias we will discuss is the most fundamental. In the other posts on data bias it was assumed that the data - with or without biased content - was accurately captured. This final post is about distortion stemming from the data’s collection or creation.

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Prejudicial Bias

| Author Don Roedner, tagged in ai bias, ml learning, Artificial Intelligence

This is the fourth in a series of posts about the effects of bias on ML algorithms. In the previous post we discussed what happens when you train an algorithm with data that isn’t representative of the universe the algorithm will operate in. This week’s focus in on the effects of human prejudice on machine learning.

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