Category Archives: Research

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Artificial Intelligence and recruiting: Why soft skills matter for an AI-recruiter

When an industry becomes more competitive, job applicants need to possess additional skills that help them to start smoothly at work and to be distinguished from candidates with similar qualifications

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ICML 2018: State Space Gaussian Processes with Non-Gaussian Likelihood

Some weeks ago the International Conference on Machine Learning (ICML2018)…

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TurkuNLP ranks #1 in global benchmarks

Finland’s TurkuNLP group has reached the highest aggregate ranking in the global natural language parsing Shared Task 2018, beating 25 other top universities and company research groups in performance. Filip Ginter, the head of TurkuNLP, is an AI scientist in Silo.AI’s NLP team.

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Bayesian networks

Bayesian networks for fast troubleshooting

Bayesian networks can be used to compute probabilities of causes given effects. Bayesian networks belong to a class of models called probabilistic graphical models. Probabilistic models are particularly good in handling uncertainty.

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Silo.AI Project Management

Effective ways to overcome project challenges in AI

Managing AI projects poses a new set of challenges compared to, for instance, managing traditional software development projects. We examine some of these challenges.

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Silo.AI Stock prices AI

Relationship between news and company stock prices using AI

From text-based news, we extract company and network-level signals that show when companies are at higher probability of stock price decline. Using the described methodology, we were able to show that companies which reached the maximum risk value in our risk model, during any given quarter is up to 13 percentage points more likely to have stock price decline one month later than the average company.

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AI Recommender Systems

The era of information – We live in a time period characterized by the shift from traditional industries to an economy based on information technology. Thanks to this, companies are more aware every day of the value of the information they accumulate in a seemingly natural way.

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GDPR and AI

GDPR & AI: Privacy by Design in Artificial Intelligence

The purpose of this article is to introduce the concept and explain it by giving examples of its implications for the artificial intelligence sector in line with Silo.AI’s work on the topic and GDPR compliance. And, most especially, to explain the ways to help prevent organisations leaving privacy to chance and encourage them to have it by design instead.

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