Entries by Harold Morris

Cognitive Computing Systems: Want to build a great MVP? Pick your ingredients carefully

Over the last five articles I have hopefully presented a very strong business case for the value that a cognitive computing system like Herbie can bring to startup founder like Keith and his team. They have successfully collaborated up to this point and have developed a very strong product vision: We believe that we can […]

Cognitive Computing Systems: Want to build a great MVP? It’s all about the prescription…

As I discussed in my last article, with Herbie’s assistance Keith and his team determined that being able to proactively predict the likelihood that an at-risk student is going to dropout of high school would be a key component of their product vision. The other half of the equation involves the actions that an educator and […]

Cognitive Computing Systems: Want to build a great MVP? Define your Product Vision

In my last post I discussed why it was important for Keith and his team to focus on establishing a repeatable and scientifically sound method of hypothesis development and testing, and reasons why this was a critical step along the path of building an effective Minimum Viable Product (“MVP”). Now it’s time for Keith and his […]