Within the Data Science community, there’s a joke that goes like this: Q: What’s the difference between AI and Machine Learning (ML)? A: If it’s written in Python, it’s ML. If it’s written in PowerPoint, it’s AI. There are a lot of companies out there that claim to do artificial intelligence (AI). You’ll find the omnipresent initials appended to domain names or within the first few words of a pitch deck, but, frankly, a lot of it is BS. Usually, it’s a set of simple regressions and/or heuristics that require a human monitor, making it more of a semi-automation system.…

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