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Anthropomorphizing Technology Leads to Failed ML Projects

Posted July 20, 2021 in Data Analytics & Digital Technologies
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A common denominator behind failed ML projects is the anthropomorphism of technology. This Advisor explores how, through our tendency toward anthropomorphism, we fail to make a critical distinction in the way humans and machines interpret the world.
About The Author
Michael Papadopoulos
Michael Papadopoulos is a Senior Consultant with Cutter Consortium's Business & Enterprise Architecture and Business Agility & Software Engineering Excellence practices, Chief Architect of Arthur D. Little’s (ADL's) UK Digital Problem Solving practice, and a member of ADL's AMP open consulting network. He is passionate about designing the right solutions using smart-stitching approaches, even when elegance and architectural purity are… Read More
Philippe Monnot
Philippe Monnot is a Senior Consultant with Cutter Consortium's Data Analytics & Digital Technologies practice, a Data Scientist with Arthur D. Little's (ADL's) UK Digital Problem Solving practice, and a member of ADL's AMP open consulting network. He’s passionate about solving complex challenges that impact people’s livelihood through the use of data, statistics, and machine learning (ML). Mr. Monnot enjoys developing accessible solutions… Read More
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