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On November 15, 2018, Kay commented on Grammar(ly): Who sets the rules? :

Thanks for the article. This was such an interesting read. As an avid user of grammarly myself, I do find that crowdsourcing does provide mixed suggestions when the algorithm is reviewing my work. I wonder if their data set is learning from the correct source or if they should be diversifying as new words are added to the English language each day.

On November 15, 2018, Kay commented on The Future is Customized Chocolate :

Very interesting article. Similar to the note above, I don’t think that consumers are ready for 3D printing when it comes to edible goods. If Hershey’s is trying to make this a competitive advantage for their company, they may fail because people may not trust a machine creating their chocolate. I would recommend shelfing this idea and go back to the basics.

On November 15, 2018, Kay commented on Additive manufacturing and the future of Nike :

Very interesting read! I found it intriguing that Nike is using 3D printing to meet the needs of the every changing sneaker fashion. However, I do worry that once this becomes common practice that Nike’s competitors will begin offering custom sized shoes (or the consumer will). This could really drive the prices up for Nike as a company.

On November 15, 2018, Kay commented on The Ma in Machine Learning :

Very interesting read! I found it interesting that Alibaba created a chatbot to mitigate it’s limitations in human resources and handle periods of heavy customer inquiries. Do you think there could be any downsides to this? What happens if the data the chatbot is receiving becomes flawed? I’m worried about potential hacking, especially since Alibaba is one of the biggest and most powerful companies in the world. Overall, great post.

Such an interesting article. One competitive advantage could be diversifying their products on their website and optimizing their algorithms to suggest not only relevant clothing items, but also entire outfits that would match their personal style. That would be a major differentiating factor between Nordstrom and companies that are taking the Amazon approach.

On November 15, 2018, K.Foster commented on User Centric AI: Can Samsung be a game changer for the AI industry? :

Great article and interesting read! It was very interesting that you mentioned that seamless integration requires machine learning to be heavily user-centered. With the shift in the job market, I have always found that finding new talent is extremely difficult. This seems particularly challenging especially since Samsung is late to the game.