artificial intelligence

Marc Andreessen famously observed, “Software is eating the world,” and according to Jamila Gordon, CEO and founder of Lumachain, so is Artificial Intelligence (AI). AI and Machine Learning (ML) are well and truly ingrained in every industry. From healthcare, to agribusiness, to food manufacturing, AI is improving efficiencies and  productivity,

Amazon Web Services (AWS) is launching a free Machine Learning (ML) course for business leaders. The course, entitled Machine Learning Essentials for Business and Technical Decision Makers, is made up of three 30-minute digital training courses delivering foundational ML knowledge to business leaders. AWS claims that the course will empower

Business leaders expect the private sector will fail to provide the governance necessary to keep artificial intelligence in check, and governments will be forced to take over within five years, according to a new global poll of 1350 c-level executives. Most in the c-suite (65 per cent) said the current

Australia’s AI and ML push is being driven by the financial services, government and retail industries, which use it as an analytics tool, according to VMware, one of the largest suppliers of the underlying technology. The three industries each need to deliver services at scale, and are increasingly relying on

Australia’s first artificial intelligence ethics consultancy launched in Sydney today, spearheaded by Dr Catriona Wallace. Ethical AI Advisory will guide public and private companies on how to incorporate AI ethics and human rights frameworks into their strategy and operations. Register now for Which-50’s Webinar: The role of the CMO at

Scientists, industry and governments in Australia agree the potential of artificial intelligence is profound and profitable, estimated to be worth AU$22.17 trillion to the global economy by 2030. But the enthusiasm carries with it caution about AI misuse or abuse. There are fears the technology could heighten and automate biases,

Reejig, a Sydney based startup that uses big data and AI to predict problems and opportunities in large complex workforces, today announced a $2.2 million first capital raise. The company says the money will be used to scale its software as a service platform which connects various HR systems, collating

First, the good news. Consumers are likely to purchase more products from and recommend, a company that provides exceptional customer service. That’s a key finding in the 2019 NICE inContact Customer Experience (CX) Transformation Benchmark study, which captured and compared the attitudes of 2550 consumers in the US, UK and

Facebook has banned “deep fake” videos, the AI and machine learning manipulated videos which distort reality, often to show real people saying or doing things they have not actually said or done. Download Which-50’s Simple Fast Easy magazine – Six great digital experience case studies In a company blog post the

Artificial Intelligence applications, once fully operationalised, require significant compute power and data storage. So while public cloud vendors offer enticing pricing models for AI as a service, when it comes time to move beyond experimentation it is often more cost effective to run the systems on premise. That is according