Today AI is disrupting our lives, it’s in Alexa, Google Home, Tesla, Netflix, Amazon, Facebook, Instagram, Spotify, Flatiron, Zillow, Memphis Meats. There is no going back, AI is here to stay and help humans lead better lives. The problem however is, nobody understands what AI is let alone how it is going to completely upgrade/downgrade
The current head of the Google Brain project, Jeff Dean, who joined Google back in 1999, will take Giannandrea’s role in Google’s AI group, and Ben Gomes, the company’s current VP of search engineering, will become the company’s new search chief. Programmer Jeff Dean was one of Google’s earliest employees, and he is credited with helping to
Source: http://www.fast.ai A.I Myths by Rachel Thomas You need deep learning PhD from Stanford (read MIT, *cough cough*) You need “big data” Deep learning replaces domain experts You need lots of expensive GPUs Deep learning only works for very limited problems A.I Experts are scarce and hard to find Tweets by math_rachel
Nat Turner of Flatiron is analyzing Oncology data using A.I and Machine Learning to help cancer patients and doctors with better treatments. Flatiron is acquired by Swiss Pharma company Roche today. Jes Grewal of CareSkore is helping doctors (Providers) better manage patient health (Population Management) through predictive analytics. William King of ZephyrHealth is helping research
Murphy was born on November 30, 1965, in Indianapolis, Indiana, where he was raised in an Irish Catholic family. He attended Catholic school from first through eighth grade, and graduated from Warren Central High School in Indianapolis. He has described his mother J. Andy Murphy as a “beauty queen who left it all to stay at home and take care of her two sons”. She
Jennifer Salke has had an amazing career creating acclaimed shows like “Modern Family” on Fox and “This is Us” on NBC. She brings content and media experience that is much needed at Amazon Studios. Finally Amazon Video can become relevant in this fast moving video streaming space. NBC exec Jennifer Salke named head of Amazon Studios
1997 – Reed Hastings, pictured, and Marc Rudolph, two software engineers, founded Netflix in 1997 to use the Internet to rent movies on DVD, then a new format. (An old, discredited story claims that Hastings had the idea after Blockbuster charged him a $40 late fee for “Apollo 13.”) Rudolph left in 2002. 1999 – A brief
Disney hired former Director of iTunes Movies, Kevin Swint, to lead Disney’s SVOD streaming service launching in 2019. Kevin lead iTunes Movies international expansion and iTunes Extras while at Apple. Kevin also lead the Milk Streaming Video and Music product line at Samsung. In August 2017, Disney announced its plans to launch their SVOD service.