YOU DON'T NEED TO BE AN EXPERT TO INTEGRATE AI IN YOUR STARTUP

We're used to hearing that AI and machine learning is hopelessly complex, impossible to implement quickly, and that if you want to get on board the machine learning bandwagon you'll need to invest heavily in PhDs, specialists and expensive experts. This way of thinking is simplistic and behind the times: machine learning is a broad set of technologies, and over the past few months and years there have been huge strides in making machine learning'...

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