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Six Lessons Learned Bringing a Machine Learning Product to Market

Editor’s note: The article below was written by David Vuong, Product Lead, Business Intelligence, Predictive Analytics and User Experience at Cority and originally appeared on the Georgian Growth Network. David shares his experience in bringing an analytics product to market. Cority builds Enviro ...

Episode 108: Are Your Messages Really Private?

As business conversations move from email to messaging tools, your inboxes may breathe a sigh of relief, but your security team gets another set of worries. Is the product you’ve chosen as secure as it should be? Are conversations happening out of sight that you need to track for compliance reaso ...

Why We’re Collaborating with Google in TensorFlow Privacy

In today’s increasingly hyperconnected world, it’s more important than ever to protect our privacy online. But the more information companies collect about us, the more difficult it becomes to protect, even if it’s properly anonymized. To address this critical issue, we’re excited to announ ...

Five Privacy Considerations to Build Trust in Your Product

Sometimes life has a funny way of coming full circle. Back in 2016, I published a blog after seeing a play called “Privacy.” Now I enjoyed the play, but it also really expanded my mental horizons on privacy to the point that I had to sit down and write that post. The play wove in a great deal o ...

Episode 107: Information Privacy for an Information Age

Privacy is often seen as a compliance issue, but it’s not. It’s a way of thinking about your relationship with your users and a product design choice. In this episode of the Georgian Impact podcast, Jon Prial talks with Professor Ari Ezra Waldman – an internationally recognized thought leader ...

You Will Be Breached

We’re always faced with trade-offs. Maybe it’s cleaning up technical debt versus adding new features. Hiring more sales reps or investing in customer success. These are tough decisions. But what about security? Threats are constantly evolving and solutions are too. Is it ever worth the trade-of ...

Episode 106: Disrupting Dental Insurance

When you think of insurance, customer service excellence and innovation might not come to mind. Now though, a new generation of insurtech companies is changing this. In this episode of the Georgian Impact podcast, Jon Prial is joined by Alex Frommeyer, CEO of Beam Dental. Beam is creating a winning ...

Episode 105: You Will Be Breached

You’re always faced with trade-offs. Cleaning up technical debt or adding new features. Hiring more sales reps or investing in customer success. You have to make these decisions. But what about security? Threats are constantly evolving and solutions are too. Is it ever worth the trade-off? In thi ...

Episode 104: Understanding Quantum Computing and its Use Cases

Quantum computing will revolutionize your approach to a whole array of business problems. But it won’t solve everything single-handedly. Your task as CEO is to know where quantum will make a difference and make sure you’re ahead of your competition. In this episode of the Georgian Impact Podcas ...

Episode 103: A Wall Street We Can All Trust

When Brad Katsuyama was working on Wall Street, he saw that the stock exchanges were giving an unfair advantage to high-frequency traders that was costing his clients – pension funds, mutual funds and hedge funds. Worse still, the exchanges were making huge profits from selling this advantage. Hi ...