AI Bill of Rights: A Step Toward Truly Ethical AI?

In early October, The White House published its so-called Blueprint for an AI Bill of Rights, a set of guidelines encouraging tech companies to deploy artificial intelligence more responsibly. The guidelines are not binding but have been conceived to persuade tech companies to further protect consumers, including explaining why an automated system is in use. Many have felt this […]

Explaining Explainable AI

As more industries leverage artificial intelligence to support vertical-specific operations, many without experience in managing a virtual agent may soon do so. Just last year, for example, investment in Insurance technology topped $17 billion. The ongoing transformation of the sector will depend, in part, on the successful implementation and management of artificially intelligent solutions. However, many […]

5 Traps to Avoid in AI Transformation

Running out of budget. Economic calamity. Global pandemic. The risks to our AI initiatives are, literally, all around us. Some of them we cannot control, but some we can. In this piece, we’ll review and assess some of the most common mistakes practitioners make that lead to suboptimal or significantly delayed transformation processes. It’s worth […]

MLOps: Why Now for Open Source

According to Gartner, a whopping 47% of machine learning experiments fail to reach experimentation. This number is stunning on the surface, but it is even more troubling when you consider the deluge of demands the MLOps workforce is facing in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic. With the MLOps market size set to balloon to over $6 […]

Data Supremacy: The Precursor to AI Supremacy

The arguments for greater urgency to attain AI supremacy have raged for years among technology experts and national policymakers. Some have cited serious concerns due to U.S. lethargy in tech development. Others posit the race for AI supremacy is actually one between U.S. and Chinese private-sector companies like Amazon and Alibaba. While important for national security and […]

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