Today’s guest is Jeff Mills, Chief Revenue Officer of iMerit Technology. Working in the data labeling and annotation space, iMerit is a company that works with some of the world’s largest autonomous vehicles, big tech, and legacy enterprises. In this episode, Jeff walks through what it looks like to define a business problem, determine the right tools, and bring the project to life. This episode is brought to you by iMerit Technology, and on December 2nd, iMerit will be partnering with TechCrunch to host its DataOps Summit. If you are an AI vendor company interested in reaching Emerj’s executive audience, visit emerj.com/ad1 for more information about our sponsored content offerings.
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