Medium | April 4, 2022

How can AI help social media?

For AI to help social media, new models are required, models that take stakeholders inside trends

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Medium | March 2, 2022

Machine Teaching vs. Machine Learning: A Side-by-Side Comparison

People are the essential resource

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Businesswire | February 15, 2022

Intelus Joins NVIDIA Inception

Intelus today announced it has joined NVIDIA Inception, a program designed to nurture startups revolutionizing industries through advancements in AI and data science.

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Medium | February 10, 2022

What is Machine Teaching?

The goal is to put the power of data back in the hands of domain experts and business leaders, not only for improved AI outcomes, but for better and more cost-effective innovation.

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Medium | February 9, 2022

How I Began Looking at Data Differently

We need new tools that allow interactive exploration of unlabeled data.

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insideBIGDATA | December 27, 2021

Looking Beyond the Incumbent: Setting New Goals for Machine Learning & Artificial Intelligence for 2022

“CEOs, politicians, doctors, teachers, researchers—people from all walks of life have benefited, yet the triumphs of machine learning and artificial intelligence have also exposed their limitations.”

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Geekwire | December 08, 2021

No-code AI: Former Microsoft and Salesforce execs reveal new ‘machine teaching’ startup Intelus, Geekwire

“It’s the first step in the company’s larger plan to make artificial intelligence more accessible to a wider set of businesses and organizations.”

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Businesswire | December 07, 2021

Intelus Hosts Open Beta for Companies Seeking No-Code, No-Data-Science Solution for $327B Enterprise Automation Market, Businesswire

“The cost and complexity of machine learning has long been a barrier too steep for most enterprises” said Gary Flake, former CTO Search & Data Science, Salesforce. "Intelus makes a new paradigm possible with machine teaching, a framework that democratizes machine learning by empowering anyone to teach, test, and deploy state-of-the-art models with no code, no hardware, low complexity, and at low cost"

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Linkedin | October 01, 2021

Congratulations to Riham Mansour

The Fisher Center for Business Analytics at the Berkeley Haas School of Business Nominates Riham Mansour, Intelus Chief Product Officer, for the 2021 “Woman of the Year”.

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