We see stories about new applications for artificial intelligence every day but, while it works as an aid for decision making, it often falls flat when left to deal with human problems like helping companies find the best staff, or how to accurately recognise faces in a crowd.
So how do we figure out which questions to ask to get the best results and why should some subjects be off-limits for the level of technology we currently have?
Ray Eitel-Porter is Global Responsible AI Lead with Accenture and he took some time out to talk Niall Kitson through the problems of adopting an ethical approach to artificial intelligence.
Three new toys from Samsung; a flip phone, the S20 and new wireless buds. Get the lowdown!
Also, after last weeks interview about how AI is being used in Six Nations, we chat with Hesham Shokry Head of AI Engineering at EY to see how AI is used there.
Artificial Intelligence is ‘going where no man has gone before’ as NASA enables space probes to wander the universe, decide for themselves what’s interesting and where to go next.
We interviewed NASA’s Head of Artificial Intelligence Dr Steve Chien at Ireland’s National Analytics Summit who shared some amazing insights into the operation.
Behind the scenes at the Mindshare Event for a deeper dive into the future of topics such as AI and the ethics of technology with award-winning entrepreneur, influencer and curator of the newsletter Exponential View, Azeem Azhar
Using tech in schools goes beyond using tablets in the classroom. One company is using AI to track how it is being used to make sure kids are learning better without falling into the darker recesses of the web.
We know AI is changing the world of work but how will it change the way we interact with each other? This week author, entrepreneur and lecturer Nell Watson lays out her vision of the future.
Artificial Intelligence is becoming a fascinating reality and we have some amazing insights on what’s possible with IBM’s Chief Science Officer, Dr Guru Banavar