Causal Data Science in Business

A while back I was posting about Facebook’s causal inference group and how causal data science tools slowly find their way from academia into business. Since then I came across many more examples of well-known companies investing in their causal inference (CI) capabilities: Microsoft released its DoWhy library for Python, providing CI tools based on Directed Acylic Graphs (DAGs); I recently met people from IBM Research interested in the topic; Zalando is constantly looking for people to join their CI/ML team; and Lufthansa, Uber, and Lyft have research units working on causal AI applications too. Continue reading Causal Data Science in Business