Reduce Bias In Artificial Intelligence [AI] With The Help Of A Simple Tactic

“It’s easier to program bias out of a machine than out of a mind.” That’s an emerging conclusion of research-based findings – including my own – that could lead to AI-enabled decision-making systems being less subject to bias and better able to promote equality. This is a critical possibility, given …

Making Room For Machines: Getting Ready For Artificial General Intelligence

Join this year’s Turing Prize winner Yann LeCun and other pioneers in artificial intelligence for a no-nonsense discussion of whether a truly intelligent machine can be created – and, if so, how and when. The “thinking machines” that Alan Turing postulated in 1950 have already vaulted beyond us in specific …

Artificial intelligence In Personnel Decisions – 4 Things To Keep In Mind

The initial promise of artificial intelligence as a broad – based tool for solving business problems has given way to something much more limited but still quite useful: algorithms from data science that make predictions better than we have been able to do so far. In contrast to standard statistical …

Artificial Intelligence – What, How And Why?

What I learnt after a year in an AI consultancy and how it can accelerate your understanding of AI. Last week marks my one year in business development for a London-based AI consultancy. During that time, I have been challenged by the sheer scale of the learning curve presented by …

How To Use Artificial Intelligence For Social Good – AI For Future

As the Fourth Industrial Revolution evolves, frontier technologies such as artificial intelligence (AI) are reshaping our economies, societies and the environment. AI is opening up economic opportunities with companies large and small empowered to grow their businesses. From a social perspective, AI provides a host of benefits. Machine learning algorithms …

Augmented Intelligence – Go Beyond Artificial Intelligence

The nasal test for Covid-19 requires a nurse to insert a 6-inch long swab deep into your nasal passages. The nurse inserts this long-handled swab into both of your nostrils and moves it around for 15 seconds. Now, imagine that your nurse is a robot. A few months ago, a …