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Remote Machine Learning Engineer at Gaggle.Net

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We protect children and save lives.Our technology analyzes textual data created by students (chat, email, documents, etc) for the purpose of identifying child abuse, bullying, suicide, and other serious concerns that affect today's youth.You will work on a small team to design and implement innovative ways to better solve this problem.We have a number of challenges in both the quantity of data we analyze, and the timeframe in which we must make accurate predictions to better allow our 24hr monitoring staff to make decisions on how best to intervene in serious cases.Put your Machine Learning knowledge to use in a way that can make a real difference in the lives of children.


Beyond the Hype: Daily uses of AI

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Artificial Intelligence is often overlooked as being a general-purpose application technology that already inhabits many aspects of our lives. We're bombarded with prophecies of the'future' of AI, Skynet-inspired stories and doomsday divinations. But what about the way in which AI is already integrated into our daily lives and has improved our current technologies? Whether we're wanting to find directions to the nearest cafe or settle a debate, Siri, Cortana and Alexa (among others), have our backs. Intelligent personal assistants are at our disposal.


Emerging Tech Take – Becoming Human

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As you may know by now, I'm currently interning at verynice, a design strategy consultancy in Los Angeles. My boss, Matt Manos, who is an incredibly awesome guy both personally and professionally, recently wrote an article for HOW magazine about 6 emerging technologies that designers should watch. Now, I not only read the article because my boss wrote it, I'm actually interested in this stuff. I think technology is such an important part of design and the world around us, as our lives continue to be shaped by it every day. I'm not a very old person, but even in my lifetime technology has come so far and it makes me excited to see what will happen in the future.


How artificial intelligence provided early warnings of the Wuhan virus

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During the kind of virus outbreak that China and other nations are now contending with, time is of the essence. The earlier the warning, the better the chance to contain the contagion. One problem, though, is that governments are sometimes reticent to share information. Such was the case in 2002 and 2003, when Chinese authorities were accused of covering up the SARS epidemic that eventually claimed over 740 lives around the world. With the current outbreak, involving a coronavirus that originated in Wuhan and has so far taken over 40 lives, the Chinese government is being more transparent, as Germany's health minister noted to Bloomberg yesterday on the sidelines of the World Economic Forum in Davos.


How artificial intelligence provided early warnings of the Wuhan virus

#artificialintelligence

During the kind of virus outbreak that China and other nations are now contending with, time is of the essence. The earlier the warning, the better the chance to contain the contagion. One problem, though, is that governments are sometimes reticent to share information. Such was the case in 2002 and 2003, when Chinese authorities were accused of covering up the SARS epidemic that eventually claimed over 740 lives around the world. With the current outbreak, involving a coronavirus that originated in Wuhan and has so far taken over 40 lives, the Chinese government is being more transparent, as Germany's health minister noted to Bloomberg yesterday on the sidelines of the World Economic Forum in Davos.