In many businesses analytics and ML are distinct endeavours, separated in the organisation. The former provides insights for humans using spreadsheets, charts and statistical models, whereas the latter generates predictions using black box models. This leads to absurd duplication, e.g. a survival model built to understand customer churn and a deep learning model to predict it for sending offers to customers.
However, recent academic research on ML interpretability (e.g. SHAP scores, TreeShap, …) has shown new ways of using state of the art ML for prediction and interpretable insights into data.
In the talk, I introduce these tools and demonstrate how they are applied in practice at Babbel.
Familiarity with basic machine learning and analytics in a commercial context.