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Michael Matuschek is a Senior Data Scientist form Düsseldorf, Germany. He holds a Master’s Degree in Computer Science and a PhD in Computational Linguistics. He has worked on diverse Natural Language Processing projects across different industries as well as academia. Covered topics include Sentiment Analysis for reviews, client email classification, and ontology enrichment. 


AI for People with Physical Disabilities Michael Matuschek
Artificial intelligence can support, and in some cases, provide entirely new possibilities for people with physical disabilities such as impaired vision, speech disorders or missing or damaged limbs. However, providing these benefits to more people can create issues and challenges.

Reinforcement Learning Is Advancing AI Applications Michael Matuschek
Reinforcement learning and its sub-genres of feature learning, artificial neural networks, and deep learning represent new potentials—and challenges—for AI applications aiming to achieve artificial intelligence on a human level.

Transferring Human Knowledge to AI Michael Matuschek
Customer-provided data from social-media posts, reviews, etc. provide a gold mine of insights that can guide business and product development. Sentiment analysis in artificial intelligence helps machines understand this unstructured data and interpret opinions as positive, negative, or neutral.

Using Adaptive AI to Improve the Gaming Experience Michael Matuschek
AI in modern games is designed to provide a rewarding experience for as many players as possible in order to maximize a game's lifespan. Advances in hardware and cloud gaming services are providing ever increasing opportunities for this so-called hyper-personalization.

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