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Stephen Dale

Could Counterfactuals Explain Algorithmic Decisions Without Opening the Black Box? - Ox... - 0 views

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    "Relying on counterfactual explanations as a means to help us act rather than merely to understand could help us gauge the scope and impact of automated decisions in our lives. They might also help bridge the gap between the interests of data subjects and data controllers, which might otherwise be a barrier to a legally binding right to explanation."
Stephen Dale

Law firms must adopt AI or risk being left behind - Raconteur - 0 views

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    "From checking leases at the Land Registry to sorting through millions of documents for disclosure during litigation, artificial intelligence or AI is speeding up some of the most repetitive legal tasks."
Stephen Dale

Transparency of evidence: spot check - Sense about Science - 0 views

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    "Transparency of evidence: a spot check of government policy proposals July 2016 to July 2017. How transparent is government in sharing evidence behind policies?"
Stephen Dale

Can A.I. Be Taught to Explain Itself? - The New York Times - 0 views

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    "As machine learning becomes more powerful, the field's researchers increasingly find themselves unable to account for what their algorithms know - or how they know it."
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

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.
Stephen Dale

How technology is allowing police to predict where and when crime will happen | The Ind... - 0 views

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    RUSI's report found that the key limit on the use of emerging technology in policing was data itself, with much crime underreported, making the data unreliable.
Stephen Dale

Zoom brings a dash of augmented reality and artificial intelligence to meetings in late... - 0 views

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    Zoom announced its first flirtation with artificial intelligence in the form of automated meeting transcripts, eliminating the need for a note taker and creating a searchable transcript. Using AI, it converts all the speech from a meeting into text and even identifies each speaker, plus tighter integration with Slack.
Stephen Dale

Google (GOOG) explains how artificial intelligence becomes biased against women and min... - 0 views

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    Google is trying to educate the masses on how AI can accidentally perpetuate the biases held by its makers
Stephen Dale

The 'Godfather of AI' on making machines clever and whether robots really will learn to... - 0 views

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    British professor Geoffrey Hinton says that humans should not fear the growing intelligence of machines, but the development of military robots should be a concern.
Stephen Dale

We're all cyborgs, and AI assistants will make us more human - 0 views

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    The debate between artificial intelligence (AI) and intelligence augmentation (IA) has been raging for decades. Will computer systems replace humans with a faster, smarter form of intelligence (AI) or will they augment our existing human intelligence and work alongside us (IA)?
Stephen Dale

How artificial intelligence will change your life (sooner than you realise) | The Times... - 0 views

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    Toby Walsh, an academic and artificial intelligence expert, believes AI will recalibrate our world and its certainties in the next few decades. As with all the best bits of futurology, it does come with a warning.
Stephen Dale

How McLaren is taking machine learning to the next level | LinkedIn - 0 views

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    Use of machine learning and physical modelling for adaptive vehicle control. Data-driven decision making.
Stephen Dale

Cabinet Office automation project will introduce robots into the civil service | Civil ... - 0 views

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    The Cabinet Office has selected Capgemini as its partner for a £4m project to try and drive use of robotic process automation (RPA) technology across Whitehall.
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