While some experts may pit tech versus liberal arts, liberal arts and humanities might be the key to tackling the consequences of tech in our lives.
Topic: Reasonable AI
If artificial intelligence machines can take us through their experiences, they can begin to teach us new ways to solve
The social impact of AI, both negative and positive, will likely play an essential role in how the U.S. government approaches the new tech for the next four …
In this week's real-time analytics news: An impressive array of philanthropic and government funding for bringing AI to society, plus numerous product
A recent survey reveals an increased upward lift in AI adoption across industries including energy, manufacturing, heavy industry, infrastructure, and …
The NDAA guidelines reestablish an artificial intelligence advisor to the president and push education initiatives to create a tech-savvy workforce.
As high-profile bias cases surface, companies must review their own AI-initiatives for even low levels of bias or risk losing valuable consumer
Real-time systems must be updated and modified in real-time as soon as an issue is identified. Hence the need for real-time
People who are anxious or unsure about human relationships are more likely to view AI with skepticism or mistrust.
Math and numbers can't naturally overcome an implicit bias without some active involvement by those who can see the blind