William A. Martin

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Professor Martin, whose main interest was in the practical application of artificial intelligence, was associated with the Laboratory for Computer Science and the Artificial Intelligence Laboratory at MIT. His work involved computer programs that embody various forms of expertise---mathematical, medical, management or linguistic---and the application of this expertise to practical ends. His system for symbolic mathematics is now used around the country by a large community of scientists. Professor Martin's interest in mangagement led him to the development of automatic programming techniques that are widely used.

George R.R. Martin heads to Mexico before buckling down on 'Winds of Winter'


George R. R. Martin, author of A Song of Ice and Fire, will head to Guadalajara on Nov. 30 for the International Book Fair, his last public appearance of 2017 and one of few scheduled between now and when he finishes writing his next book. SEE ALSO: Is the internet spoiling'Game of Thrones' Season 7? Martin will join the conference as a speaker and special guest, where he will do press interviews and a live streaming event in addition to signing books. "I expect I will be doing some tequila tasting as well," he wrote on his blog, because what better research for Westerosi history than to drink? Martin said he was looking forward to meeting his Mexican fans and publishers, and that it was his first real trip south of the border. "My appearance schedule for 2017 is very limited, and will remain so until WINDS is completed," Martin added.

Startup Martin uses artificial intelligence to help business owners with digital marketing


This is the sixth in a seven-part series introducing the new class of The Brandery, an Over-the-Rhine seed-stage startup accelerator. Each day this week, we'll focus on one startup or business selected to participate in this year's program.

Machine Learning for Marketing: Cheat Sheet - Martin Kihn


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Martin Morgan reflects on joining Signal as Chairman


I am thrilled and honoured to have become Signal's Chairman. Last Autumn I became an investor in the company and through that process met David Benigson, Signal's founder and CEO. Over the next few months we spoke frequently about the next phase for the company, which in turn lead to David inviting me to become Chairman. When I retired from being CEO of the media and information company Daily Mail and General Trust, I decided that I wanted to get back to what I had enjoyed most during my time there: creating and building up the business to business information division. To do that I wanted to invest in young companies and work as a Chairman with founder entrepreneurs to assist them in building innovative growth companies.