Machine Learning for Smart Automation

July 15th, 2020

Machine Learning finds patterns in ways that are impossible for humans, specially when large amounts of data are available. Even though it has been around since the 1950's, it has become very hyped during the last decade because its value can now be materialized at scale due to the explosive increase in data production and computational power, and the massive decrease in computational costs. In this post we go through a high-level view of Machine Learning for Smart Automation, and provide actionable recommendations.


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I help companies through digital transformations by designing and developing systems that improve human decision making with data, cloud, software, and mathematics (Machine Learning, Operations Research, Statistics). I also enjoy coaching teams and publishing content on Smart Automation.


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