It’s a common question. How much data is necessary to get value out of Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence…? Well, Portland startup Synaptiq posed that question at a recent event. And Dr. Tim Oates provided a response.
Tag: machine learning
Seattle VC Flying Fish — which has been active in Portland — has a new $70 million fund for AI/ML startups
Seattle VC firm Flying Fish has a new cache of dry powder for Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning startups. And given that they’ve been active in Portland in the past, that could mean good news for AI/ML startups seeking early stage funding.Read More
Interested in Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning? There’s an unconference for that
There used to be a time when the Portland startup community was awash in unconferences. Unconference here, unconference there. On a variety of interesting topics. And while those heady halcyon days of unconferencing may have passed, an interesting one rears its head every now and again. Like this weekend. When it’s the AI/ML Unconference.Read More
Exploring the intersection of technology and bias in machine learning and artificial intelligence with Black Women in STEM
As technology becomes more and more human, it’s no secret that it runs the risk of taking on the flaws of humanity as well. Like unconscious bias. That’s why I love seeing conversations like the upcoming Black Women in STEM panel where they’re going to dig into the potential for bias in machine learning and artificial intelligence.