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Stephen Dale

WTF is GDPR? | TechCrunch - 0 views

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    The new rules generally expand the definition of personal data - so it can include information such as location data, online identifiers (such as IP addresses) and other metadata. So again, this means businesses really need to conduct an audit to identify all the types of personal data they hold. Ignorance is not compliance.
Stephen Dale

Augmented reality collaboration set to bring culture to life throughout Camden - 0 views

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    Camden propose to use AR to build augmented reality 'culture routes'."
Stephen Dale

IBM And Maersk Start Promised Blockchain Supply Chain... | News | Cointelegraph - 0 views

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    "IBM and Danish transport and logistics company Maersk announced Jan. 16 that they are teaming up to create an as-yet-unnamed Blockchain-based shipping and supply chain company. The goal of the venture is to commercialize Blockchain for all aspects of the global supply chain system, from shipping to ports, and banks to customs offices."
Stephen Dale

Kazendi - Europe's Leading Mixed Reality Development Studio - 0 views

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    HoloMeeting allows you to collaborate by sharing, viewing and amending 3D models (e.g Revit), documents (e.g. PDFs) and collaborate (e.g. freehand draw, whiteboard, etc.). In addition, you can share your camera and use it for remote assistance/maintenance.
Stephen Dale

Blockchain tracks food all the way from farm to table | Business | The Times & The Sund... - 0 views

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    Start-ups latch onto blockchain
Stephen Dale

Keep your eye on these tech trends in 2018 - 1 views

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    "A look at what the technological terrain will look like in 2018"
Stephen Dale

factitious - 1 views

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    Can you spot fake news?
Stephen Dale

Create a Facebook AI Chatbot Without Coding - 0 views

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    A platform for building bots without the need to code
Stephen Dale

How white engineers built racist code - and why it's dangerous for black people | Techn... - 1 views

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    Researchers at the MIT Media Lab, think that facial recognition software has problems recognizing black faces because its algorithms are usually written by white engineers who dominate the technology sector. These engineers build on pre-existing code libraries, typically written by other white engineers.
Stephen Dale

Machine learning technology and the five vectors of progress | Deloitte Insights - 0 views

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    What's keeping leaders from adopting machine learning? Well, tools are still evolving, practitioners are scarce, and the technology is a bit inscrutable for comfort. But five vectors of progress are making it easier, faster, and cheaper to deploy machine learning and could bring it into the mainstream.
Stephen Dale

51 Artificial Intelligence (AI) Predictions for 2018 - 0 views

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    "It is somewhat safe to predict that AI will continue to be at the top of the hype cycle in 2018. But the following 51 predictions also envision it becoming more practical and useful, automating some jobs and augmenting many others, combining machine learning and big data for fresh insights, with chatbots proliferating in the enterprise."
Stephen Dale

Data Bias Is Becoming A Massive Problem | Digital Tonto - 0 views

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    Machines, even virtual ones, have biases. They are designed, necessarily, to favour some kinds of data over others. Unfortunately, we rarely question the judgments of mathematical models and, in many cases, their biases can pervade and distort operational reality, creating unintended consequences that are hard to undo.
Stephen Dale

What are we really teaching AI? | TED Talks - 1 views

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    What happens when we teach a computer how to learn?
Stephen Dale

Video on AI | McKinsey & Company - 0 views

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    From science fiction to business fact. 45% of activities - not jobs can be automated. Quarter to a third of CEO's time can be automated.
Stephen Dale

Re:scam - 1 views

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    Scam the scammers
Stephen Dale

Bias, not robots on the rampage, is the key test of artificial intelligence | Business ... - 0 views

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    Hidden biases may be written inadvertently into the algorithms used to decide who gets a job interview or who qualifies for a loan or for parole. If a data set considers the word "programmer" closer to the word "man" than "woman," or if you build a system that learns from Wikipedia, where only 17 per cent of profiles of notable people are women, these biases will be perpetuated in the machine.
Gary Colet

Ten demonstrable truths about the workplace you may not know - 1 views

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    Given that innovation is rarely a solitary endeavour, this article dispels some commonly held perceptions about how physical space affects connections in the workplace.
Stephen Dale

Office 365 Training Center - Office Support - 1 views

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    How to get started with Office 365. A basic introduction to some of the features.
Stephen Dale

You Will Lose Your Job to a Robot-and Sooner Than You Think - Mother Jones - 0 views

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    I want to tell you straight off what this story is about: Sometime in the next 40 years, robots are going to take your job.

    I don't care what your job is. If you dig ditches, a robot will dig them better. If you're a magazine writer, a robot will write your articles better. If you're a doctor, IBM's Watson will no longer "assist" you in finding the right diagnosis from its database of millions of case studies and journal articles. It will just be a better doctor than you.
Stephen Dale

Millions of UK workers at risk of being replaced by robots, study says | Technology | T... - 0 views

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    Workers in wholesale and retail sectors at highest risk from breakthroughs in robotics and artificial intelligence, PwC report finds.
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