In this video, learn how to run through three case studies, which may or may not be a responsible use of AI, and the outcomes of each.
- [Instructor] Example use cases. … Let's introduce our case study organization … for this course, Binaryville. … They even have a website you can check out. … Binaryville provides different types of merchandise … and is exploring new ways to understand their customers. … Since they're robots, surely they can think … of a machine learning way to solve this problem, … because I guess they're all machines … and they're all learning … and they're all trying to better understand their customers. … So, they're thinking about a few different ways to apply AI. … And here are some of the ideas they've had. … How can they choose the best customers to contact? … How can they customize the content they send to customers? … How can they make sure … they're setting the right payment terms for customers? … They also have a lot of Facebook data, … including photos of some of their customers and reviews. … How can they best use this data to improve their service? … As we go along this course, … we'll be using this Binaryville organization …
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