Why AI is having an on-prem moment (Ep. 476)

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August 23, 2022

The house group discusses how Instagram’s evolving platform has alienated some creators, why AI and machine studying are transferring on-premises, and why Amazon’s acquisition of the corporate behind the Roomba is placing from a privateness perspective.

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The house group discusses how Instagram’s evolving platform has alienated some creators, why AI and machine studying are transferring on-premises, and why Amazon’s acquisition of the corporate behind the Roomba is placing from a privateness perspective.

Episode notes:

It’s no secret that Instagram has made changes to its feed, emphasizing video content material in an effort to compete with TikTok. Neither is it a secret that these modifications have proved unpopular with creators, from Kylie Jenner to unbiased photographers and different artists. Simply one other reminder that these platforms are hardly ever for creators; they’re constructed to generate income. 

Learn why some firms are transferring AI and ML knowledge and fashions off the cloud and again on premises.

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Why Amazon’s acquisition of iRobot (of Roomba fame) should trouble us.

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