Once you’ve made the decision to leverage AI and/or machine learning, now you need to figure out how you will source the training data that is necessary for a fully functioning algorithm. Depending on your use case, you might need a significant amount of training data, and you’ll want to consider how that is labeled and annotated too.
Join our webinar on August 6 at 1 p.m. ET with Cognilytica principal analysts Ronald Schmelzer and Kathleen Walch, alongside Kristin Simonini, Applause’s Vice President of Product, as they tackle the modern challenges that today’s companies face with sourcing training data.
Ron is principal analyst, managing partner, and founder of the Artificial Intelligence-focused analyst and advisory firm Cognilytica, and is also the host of the AI Today podcast, SXSW Innovation Awards Judge, founder and operator of TechBreakfast demo format events, and an expert in AI, Machine Learning, Enterprise Architecture, venture capital, startup and entrepreneurial ecosystems, and more. Prior to founding Cognilytica, Ron founded and ran ZapThink, an industry analyst firm focused on Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA), Cloud Computing, Web Services, XML, & Enterprise Architecture, which was acquired by Dovel Technologies in August 2011.
Kathleen is principal analyst, managing partner, and founder of the Artificial Intelligence-focused analyst and advisory firm Cognilytica. She is also co-host of the popular AI Today podcast as well as a regular contributor to Forbes and TechTarget. As a master facilitator and connector, who is well connected in the technology industry, Kathleen regularly meets with innovators in key markets and gets the opportunity to see the latest and newest technologies from game changing companies.
Kristin heads up Applause's product team where she focuses on setting our strategic product roadmap. Her organization partners with Engineering to develop features and enhancements to our industry-leading crowdsourced testing platform. Prior to Applause, Kristin led the product development efforts at EdAssist, a Bright Horizons Solution at Work. Before EdAssist, she held leadership roles at Brainshark, Deploy Solutions and Webhire. Kristin is a graduate of Northeastern University.