In this moment, excerpted from May’s Generative AI Digital Summit event, Abacus.AI CEO and Co-Founder Bindu Reddy discusses the future of data science and applied AI as human-machine collaboration, and her company’s role in it
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00:07 — Abacus.AI firmly believes that artificial intelligence (AI), not humans, will build applied AI systems, with humans taking a supervisory role. While laughed at in 2019, this idea is now universally accepted, says Bindu.
00:26 — Building AI systems is complex, tedious, and detail-oriented. Abacus argues that AI is well-suited to comprehend and manipulate data, and create models, with data scientists shifting to a supervisory role.
00:43 — The future of data science and applied AI lies in human-AI collaboration, a revolution led by Abacus, says Bindu.
00:51 — After four and a half years of diligent work, Abacus is on the brink of realizing its vision as an AI-assisted platform for building applied AI systems at scale.
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