Corey Jaskolski, founder and CEO of Delafield-based Synthetaic, believes the way artificial intelligence is generated today is not a sustainable method. 

“It’s always been (you) have humans draw boxes around millions and millions of things and then the computer can basically learn how to find those things in imagery,” Jaskolski said. “The problem is that as AI has gotten better and better, what’s really happened is the AI models have gotten bigger and bigger.”

This creates a dilemma as most companies don’t have the number of employees needed to label data or the funding to take on such a task. 

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