Behavior I/O: Using Machine Learning to Empower Human Learning


You can think of this virtuous cycle as "Behavior I/O:" In the consumer world, many companies like Fitbit (NYSE: FIT) and LinkedIn (NYSE: LNKD) learn from people's behavior to help train other people to behave better. Could you use machine learning to observe behavior of analysts, ultimately using those observations to improve how their colleagues use data? Even with such a rich corpus, there are still a lot of problems to solve in implementing a behavioral learning system that actually helps drive behavior. Before Alation, Satyen spent nearly a decade at Oracle, ultimately running the Financial Services Warehousing and Performance Management business where he helped customers get insights out of their systems.