Applying Machine Learning to Coronavirus data is tempting - but deeply problematic. DataRobot shared lessons on working with smaller data sets, but the predictive limitations of ML for assessing pandemics go much further.
A to-do list for developing ethical AI policies and practices from Salesforce's Kathy Baxter.
Despite shiny new AI and data science tools, the problem of data integration at scale hasn't gone away. But promising new approaches from vendors like StreamSets and FlureeDB are worth a closer look.
AI tech is moving quickly - but the ethical problems aren't going away. Here's eight AI ethics issues that persist.
A recent Westminster eForum in London on data portability added to debate around Smart Data policy and practice, a topic with global applicability.
Yes, remote work disrupts hiring and recruitment - Talview responds with a free remote hiring starter kit
Companies with hiring needs have a problem - now they need a fully remote hiring process. To help, Talview released a free remote hiring kit. I talked to their CEO about the remote hiring surge, and the role of AI and automation in ethical hiring.
Monday musing - why 'job-stealing' robots could turn out to be much needed friends in our current 'Life on Mars' reality
Automation isn’t about stealing jobs, but it could be what keeps essential services running when doing it ourselves is dangerous or impractical.
Digital transformation 2.0 needs to learn from the mistakes made in the first iteration, says Alteryx's Dean Stoecker.
Coronavirus has had an impact on supply chain management demands across the retail sector as Dutch firm HEMA has found.
Den is hosting a webinar with noodle.ai CEO Steve Pratt and Mike Hulbert, noodle's VP of consumer products. It promises to be lively.