“IBM has announced AI OpenScale, a service that aims to bring visibility and explainability of AI models for enterprises.
Initially, the service supports models deployed within IBM Watson. AI OpenScale can be used with 3rd party platforms such as Amazon SageMaker and Azure ML running models developed in TensorFlow, Keras, Scikit-Learn, SparkML and PMML. The service logs the input and output from external services for further analysis.
According to IBM, NeuNetS can help businesses reach accuracy similar to that of an expert-designed AI model in a matter of hours, rather than weeks and months. An expert data scientist can then further tune the model.”
“Ecommerce continues to grow at an incredible rate, especially with 51 percent of Americans now choosing to shop on their computer or phone from the comfort of their home. Retailers that have implemented personalization strategies see sales gains of 6-10 percent, a rate two to three times faster than other retailers, according to a report by Boston Consulting Group(BCG).”
“Brands running organic search strategies on Google should closely tailor the content to their niche market because that’s how the search giant helps marketers pinpoint the messages that satisfy the query. It’s called automation through machine learning and artificial intelligence, a Searchmetrics study released this week explains.
E-commerce sites are still high in the query results despite the fact that more images sometimes make pages load more slowly.
The Searchmetrics ranking factor study for 2018, which analyzed 4,000 keywords on google.com, identifies the type of content the search engine considers the most important and then serves that content high in the search results for eight niche categories that include weight loss, travel destinations, furniture, and financial planning.”