All posts by Jacquie OConnor

Algorithmia Engineering Team Spotlight: Besir

At Algorithmia we’re lucky enough to be surrounded by group of wildly intelligent, quirky, and fun engineers. We’d love for you to come by and meet them in person, but until then we’ll post a series of interviews introducing you to some of the talented people who are creating the future of AI.

For today’s installment, We’d like to introduce you to Besir! He’s an Algorithm Engineer who develops unique AI/ML algorithms. You may remember him from our work on the DanKu protocol, the first trustless contract on the ethereum blockchain. Fun fact: the Ku of DanKu is for Besir’s last name.

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Algorithmia Engineering Team Spotlight: James

At Algorithmia we’re lucky enough to be surrounded by group of wildly intelligent, quirky, and fun engineers. We’d love for you to come by and meet them in person, but until then we’ll post a series of interviews introducing you to some of the talented people who are creating the future of AI.

Today, we’d like to introduce you to one of our remote employees, Canada James (not to be confused with Design James and DevOps James – both of which you’ll learn more about soon). James lives and works in Nova Scotia and has been part of the company for about two years as an algorithm engineer.

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Algorithmia Engineering Team Spotlight: Patrick

At Algorithmia we’re lucky enough to be surrounded by group of wildly intelligent, quirky, and fun engineers. We’d love for you to come by and meet them in person, but until then we’ll post a series of interviews introducing you to some of the talented people who are creating the future of AI.

Drum roll please…. (and not just because he’s lead bass in two local bands)…. Meet Patrick McQuighan! Patrick is one of our back end engineers and is working on solving the most complicated AI scalability problems in the industry.

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Five Capabilities for Successful AI Deployment

The Harvard Business Review recently published “The 5 Things Your AI Unit Needs to Do.” The article highlights how many organizations are standing up AI teams and investing in technology without also investing in the DevOps necessary to capitalize on this technology. To solve this problem, HBR prescribes five key tenets of developing an AI program that can actively be deployed to improve your organization.

Identify weaknesses or imbalances in your strategy by charting your capabilities:

Source: HBR.org

We’ll look at each capability and how Algorithmia can help you optimize your performance. Read More…