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Sr. Data Scientist Jonathan Balaban's Piece on Turi Create in Towards Data Science

By Emily Wilson • April 08, 2018

Metis Sr. Data Scientist Jonathan Balaban recently wrote 3 Questions Business Leaders Should Be Asking About Apple's New Machine Learning Kitpublished in Towards Data ScienceIn the piece, he talks about Turi Create, which is Apple's open source package that makes it easier for developers to put the power of machine learning into their apps. Apple has claimed Turi Create allows users to “focus on tasks instead of algorithms.” And as Jonathan notes, "that’s music to the ears of business leaders with limited time and resources!"

He goes on to explain that Turi Create "could become a game-changer for your business — even if your business is still getting up to speed on the latest in AI." But how? 

To guide you, his post provides (1) the basics of Turi Create, (2) how Apple is using the platform, and (3) how you might creatively apply it to your work. 

Read in full here

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We also featured this article in our most recent Sr. Data Scientist Roundup blog post. In it, you can find more work from our awesome data science team. 


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