Sharon Moran

Sharon is a former Senior Functional Analyst at a major global consulting firm. She now focuses on the data pre-processing stage of the machine learning pipeline for LLMs. She also has prior experience as a machine learning engineer customizing OCR models for a learning platform in the EdTech space.

Articles by Sharon

24 articles
Driving AI Adoption
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Driving AI Adoption in Insurance – with Ryann Foelker of American Family Insurance Group

As a rule, AI adoption tends to take more time for legacy industries compared to digitally-native sectors. As a profile from June 2021 in Harvard Business Review explains, insurance companies are data-rich but have long relied on actuarial approaches to data and analytics.  The insurance industry has several concerns regarding the integration of AI. Insurance companies obviously have regulatory compliance as a top priority, so any AI solution implemented needs to comply with existing regulations regarding consumer protection and data security, among others. 

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The Market and Tech Forces Shaping the Future of Software Development – with Tsavo Knott of Pieces

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Automation and Augmentation in Development Tools – with Tsavo Knott of Pieces

Whether or not AI will replace humans depends on who you ask. Opinions vary, but part of the difficulty of answering the question has to do with the difficulty of quantifying what even counts as AI from a technology standpoint.

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Artificial Intelligence at Humana

Humana Inc. is the fourth most significant health insurance provider in the U.S. Founded in 1961, Humana is based in Louisville, Kentucky. Humana was ranked 42 on the Fortune 500 list in 2023. Humana employs over 67,000 individuals and is one of the most prominent publicly traded managed care companies in the U.S. 

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The Hard ROI in Autonomous Logistics – with Tomas Ohlson of Einride

Founded in 2016 and headquartered in Stockholm, Sweden, Einride is a Swedish transport company specializing in electric and self-driving vehicles. The company believes climate change is the most crucial challenge facing our world today, and makes that more desirable and ecologically sustainable future possible through developing sustainable transportation solutions.

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Artificial Intelligence at Sanofi

Sanofi is a global healthcare and pharmaceutical company. Founded in 1973, it aims to unlock and maximize the potential of critical medicines, vaccines, and self-care solutions for individuals. It accomplishes this across four global business units: Specialty Care, Vaccines, General Medicines, and Consumer Healthcare. 

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Driving Patient Access and Decreasing Tech Debt in Healthcare with AI – with Aaron Chamberlain of Intermountain Health

Headquartered in Salt Lake City, Utah, Intermountain Health is a not-for-profit healthcare system comprised of 385 clinics and 33 hospitals dedicated to creating healthier communities and helping patients thrive. Intermountain Health merged with SCL Health in 2022 and now employs more than 58,000 people. They serve patients in Kansas, Colorado, Utah, Nevada, Wyoming, Idaho, and Montana.

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Building Trust in Data Science in Life Sciences – Bikalpa Neupane of Takeda Pharmaceuticals

AI and data science have seen increased use in life sciences, particularly in the pharmaceutical industry. However, despite the multitude of AI use cases, pharmaceutical companies tend not to embrace every emerging AI trend eagerly. 

AI and B2B Customer Journey Signals – with Carlos Quezada of Hewlett Packard Enterprises@1x-min

AI and B2b Customer Journey Signals – with Carlos Quezada of Hewlett Packard Enterprises

Companies that use AI copilots experience numerous benefits, including streamlined processes, improved customer experience, and cost savings. Large language models (LLMs) form the basis of many AI copilot applications. While LLMs have a remarkable capacity to generate humanlike text, that same capability is the reason businesses need to exercise caution in order to prevent misapplications of this otherwise transformative technology. 

New Approaches to AI in Patient Experiences – with Dan Buckland of Duke University Health Systems@2x-min

New Approaches to AI in Patient Experiences – with Dan Buckland of Duke University Health Systems

Duke University Health Systems is composed of a world-renowned hospital and healthcare network. Duke University Hospital, one of their three hospitals in North Carolina, is nationally ranked in 14 adult specialties.