Regular readers will probably be wondering what more I might have to say about machine learning (ML) in research, having written How Machine Learning Works Banner Design in Research just a few months ago. Let me assure you that this article is different. Today, you won't read the ramblings of an SEO pro who thinks he's reasonably informed about how machine learning works as it relates to search. Instead, we'll flip the tables and learn about search implementations from the perspective of a machine learning expert. This article describes and hopefully expands on some of the basic concepts Banner Design discussed in an amazing interview with fellow Search Engine Journal contributor, Jason Barnard and Emerj's Dan Fagella. For context, Fagella addressed the UN on deepfakes. And Emerj, as a company, is an artificial intelligence (AI) research company that helps organizations use AI to: Gain a strategic advantage.
Educate them on how to choose high ROI Banner Design AI projects. Support strategic AI initiatives. Advertising Continue reading below Basically, I'll be covering a video interview between a great interviewer and a very smart guy who runs a company whose goal is to help companies make money using AI. (Companies like Google, Bing, Amazon, Facebook, etc.) Before you start, you might want to watch the Banner Design video first or watch it last. I hope this article will stand on its own, but with the interview watched it will definitely provide more benefit and context. So, to start, here's the video Banner Design filled with amazing information, decent humor, and a named... Google Engineer Stevie The Interview: Machine Learning and AI in Research
Advertising Continue reading below Banner Design The format of the article I will keep things in this article mostly in order of the interview, discussing specific points as they have been discussed. If you have multiple monitors, you can track. I should clarify that below I will consider quotes - my “cleaned up” versions of what was said in the interview. This is for the sake of brevity. My little side to the interviewer Barnard begins his interview by saying of machine learning, “It is just one of thousands, hundreds of Banner Design thousands of uses of AI and not necessarily the most interesting.” Jason…when we are all cleared to travel again and I see you at a conference, I have a bone to pick with you. This is certainly the most interesting use of machine learning. Finding extraterrestrial life, curing diseases…these are just peripheral niceties.