Happy Tuesday, that’s a set of words you don’t hear too often.
I am enjoying the beautiful 91 degree weather out here in Las Vegas while trying to decide what I want to eat for lunch.
I spend a lot of time thinking about what I want to eat, but unfortunately I am not able to become one of those decision fatigue avoiding robots like Alabama Football Coach Nick Saban who eat the exact same thing everyday.
Just in case you were wondering, Nick Saban (who I call my illegitimate father) eats iceberg lettuce, tomatoes and turkey with I think ranch dressing for lunch each and every day. And he’s rich! Imagine choosing to eat that when you make 9 million dollars a year. But I digress…
In other news, I’m thinking of doing a whole series of beginner’s type posts on A.I and Machine Learning.
I think a lot of the more advanced concepts go over people’s heads and they want to be able to understand and define these terms easier.
The beginner’s series would be aimed at businesspeople who understand that AI and ML are important and that they are going to affect the way they do business in the near future but don’t really have a firm understanding of AI or ML.
These are the executives and small business owners who KNOW they should have a better knowledge of AI and ML but either don’t have the time, or are too embarrassed to admit that they don’t understand terms like Predictive Analysis.
If you know AI and ML are important but would freeze if I asked you to define either term then these blog posts are for you!
Or so I think.
Let me know what you think in the comments below.
And while you’re here be sure to take a look at my latest blog over on medium:
Predictive analysis is when computers use machine learning to design a model which will make predictions about the future.