Artifical intelligence

Artificial intelligence and machine learning are key to business transformation across every industry. However, as our reliance on these systems increases, so too does the need for governance in the sector to ensure ethical and fair results. Algorithmic biases in machine learning stem from the human unconscious biases that trickle

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Artificial Intelligence used in workplaces is frequently “ineffective, simplistic and opaque”, often making human workers’ jobs harder and relying on cheap human labour from the Global South to “automate” processes, according to a new study by British academics.  A study by the Oxford Internet Institute, AI @ Work [pdf], analysed

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The NSW State Government’s Department of Customer Service is leading the development of a “whole of government AI strategy” along with usage guidelines for agencies, with the aim of leveraging the technology in a safe, secure and private way. The department is currently working on a draft of the AI

Businesses across all sectors will spend over $100 billion per year on artificial intelligence technologies by 2025, up from a mere $2 billion in 2015, according to Constellation Research. The marketing industry will be no exception, as AI holds great promise for making marketing more intelligent, more efficient, more consumer-friendly and, ultimately,

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The uptake of artificial intelligence in business has been sluggish. However nearly half of the CIOs surveyed by Gartner said they have plans to implement the technology and those that already had shared some key AI lessons. “Despite huge levels of interest in AI technologies, current implementations remain at quite

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Executives have high hopes for AI and recognise its business case, but adoption remains sluggish and a “large gap” is emerging between passive and pioneering organisations, according to a report from MIT Sloan Management Review. WHICH-50 Reader Survey: Help us improve Which-50 by taking our annual reader survey. You can

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Artificial intelligence could add $US957 billion to the Indian economy and a clear majority of large Indian organisations are planning to invest in the technology, according to Accenture research. Sign up for Which-50’s Irregular Insights newsletter The Accenture report, Rewire for Growth, estimates that AI has the potential to increase

Annual spending on CAD (computer aided diagnosis) systems will reach $800 million globally by 2022, as AI (artificial intelligence) start-ups exert greater impact on healthcare delivery. The figures are contained in a new study by Juniper Research. Sign up for Which-50’s Irregular Insights newsletter Driven by the improved accuracy and usability

Businesses that successfully apply artificial intelligence could increase profitability by an average of 38 per cent by 2035, according to Accenture. Sign up for Which-50’s Irregular Insights newsletter The consultants predict the introduction of AI could deliver an economic boost of US$14 trillion in additional gross value added (GVA) across

Einstein

Salesforce has unveiled an artificial intelligence product known as Einstein. Leveraging the acquisitions of MetaMind, PredictionIO and RelateIQ, Einstein embeds AI capabilities in the Salesforce platform with the aim of making its software smarter and saving users time. Einstein endeavours to uncover insights in the masses of data Salesforce accumulates