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Forget the Models, Your Data is the Secret Sauce for Generative AI

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Generative AI holds immense potential for businesses, but its success depends on the quality of your data. High-quality, strategically managed data is essential for building trustworthy, unique, and competitive AI applications. This article explores how AI leverages your data through embeddings, outlines best practices for data management, and emphasizes the importance of responsible AI development. By prioritizing data quality and effective management, you'll position your business to reap the full benefits of Generative AI and drive innovation.

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Machine Learning 101: The Mathematics of an Artificial Neural Network

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This article (1) demonstrates an artificial neural network as it learns to recognize alphanumeric characters and (2) elucidates the mathematics of the feed-forward/back-propagation algorithm the artificial neural network employs.

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