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Leveraging AI to deliver a more human customer experience
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In this moment of accelerated digital evolution, business leaders are waking up to the imperative of deploying AI to speed up and fine-tune day to day operations if they are to outperform the competition
Working for a regulator like the ICO
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As the UK's ICO seeks to employ a Post Doctoral Research Fellow in AI, the former post holder, Professor Reuben Binns, reflects on his time in the role
Five valuable AI lessons learned during COVID-19
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In our ongoing work to leverage AI for navigating not just the pandemic but any complex business challenge, recent months have taught us these five valuable lessons about using data and AI models
The power of AI: Early breast cancer detection
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Because of the high complexity of cancer metabolism, computational frameworks need to be developed for analyzing such a complex system: this is where AI comes in as a crucial application
How a global pandemic is transforming data science
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The public has been regularly exposed to the world of data visualization (charts showing COVID-19 numbers), summary statistics (such as an R number), predictions (forward-looking projections) and simulations (understanding the projected impact of approaches to “flatten the curve”)
The key to trust is real AI governance
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If organizations are to scale AI to help make business-critical decisions, they need to understand exactly how and why those decisions are being made
Increasing workforce diversity in AI and data science
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Having started with our first cohort of students in September, the Teesside postgraduate conversion programs will develop graduates with the ability to address the profound professional, ethical, security and social implications of future AI and data science technologies
Five key trends for AI in health in 2021 and beyond
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Having a background in computer vision, and having recently attended the “Future of Health-Inspired AI” conference, I’d like to break with tradition and make my predictions a little more specific
Why Your Chatbot Will Never Work - Part IV
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There are several technologies in addition to Conversational AI that are commonly thought of as AI. Let’s take a peek at a few of them and how see how they relate
Why Your Chatbot Will Never Work - Part III
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Is your organization too mature for chatbot technology, or is it the other way around? We will take an honest look at which organizations can benefit the most from this technology and explore how mature conversational AI is today, from a technical perspective
Why Your Chatbot Will Never Work - Part II
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What was the business problem you were trying to solve? What were you sold? What questions did you ask in the sales cycle, or perhaps what questions should you have asked?
Is AI in the disillusionment phase?
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We’re now in a period of more incremental breakthroughs and smaller discoveries in the research domain, where we’re continuing to see exciting updates to the existing technology
Gartner: How to prevent AI dangers with Ethical AI
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Any organization developing or using AI solutions needs to make sure that the potential dangers of AI don’t tarnish their brand, draw regulatory attention, lead to boycotts or destroy business value
IP and its role in AI innovation
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Much has been published about the role of AI in innovation, but relatively little about the role of intellectual property in protecting AI-based systems and algorithms. Without some knowledge of how to construct an IP portfolio, innovators could be limiting their appeal for potential investors, whilst also leaving the way open for competitors


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