Do you have some co-worker that wants to left your company because he's not working with bleeding edge Deep Learning tools/algos?

Please, show this post of Ben Lorica’s podcast:

Adoption of machine learning and deep learning in large companies

Everything in the enterprise space is ROI driven. They don’t know that the newest deep learning paper just came out from Google. They’re not going to clone some random GitHub repository and try it out, and just try to put it in production. They don’t do that. They want to understand ROI. They work a job, they have a goal, and they have a budget. They need to figure out what to do with that budget as it relates to their job at their company. Their company is usually a for-profit corporation trying to make money, or trying to increase margins for shareholders.

… Frankly, they don’t care if it’s linear regression, or random forest, either. … Machine learning has barely penetrated the Fortune 2000. Despite all these tools existing, most of them don’t have it in production because they don’t see a point in adopting it. I think Intel said this right: as far as enterprise adoption is concerned, it’s still fairly early for machine learning.