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Hello, I am very interested in your book. It covers many informative topics. I was wondering what you think is one of the most intresting fields that can benefit from machine learning (and AI in general), but is lagging compared to other fields where using machine learning is very common and widely implemented already?

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Thank you Laura! for me, I think the biggest coming things are: 1) AutoML - here today and available e.g., see DataRobot and Google AutoML; 2) edge/IoT ML e.g., using NVIDIA Jetson or TX2 and TF Lite; and even onto Space! and 3) Learning with Less Labels or requiring less labels to train machine learning data.

I cover elements of all three of these in the book!

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