AI: How can man and machine collaborate?

According to a recent study by the University of Oxford in the UK, the proliferation of machines is set to disrupt the job market. It suggests 47% of the current job market will become defunct due to rapid advancements in tech over the next 25 years.Such headline-grabbing statistics are widespread and problematic, says Nikolas Kairinos, CEO and founder of Fountech.ai, as they fuel negativity.

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Vodafone Foundation and Imperial College London ask phone users to help fight COVID-19

The Vodafone Foundation and scientists at Imperial College London are asking smartphone users across the UK to support a project to speed up research into effective treatments for Covid-19. The Corona-AI (artificial intelligence) project will be delivered through DreamLab, an award-winning app developed by the Vodafone Foundation and launched in 2017 to facilitate cancer research.

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Intelligent virtual assistants: driving customer loyalty through transformations in CX

Customer experience has long been hailed as an integral factor that can make or break a business. In fact, a report by Forbes reveals that over 96% customers hold the belief that customer service is a major contributing factor to their loyalty towards a brand, says Saloni Walimbe, research content developer at Global Market Insights (GMI).

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New 3D emitter antennas launched for augmented and virtual reality

In a move designed for devices using motion capture such as headsets, controllers, suits and gloves augmented and virtual (AR and VR) devices requiring small 3D emitter antennae, Premo has released a family of small 3D emitter antennae for VR/AR and motion capture applications. These are said by Premo to feature good radiation performance and isotropy relative to size, and are fully industrialised for SMT assembly lines.

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Healthcare industry says data security and compliance are keys to hybrid cloud

Healthcare organisations around the globe are under pressure to drive digital transformation to meet increasing patient care demands. Overall 2019 Enterprise Cloud Index (ECI) report data found digital transformation significantly impacted cloud implementation across various industry verticals. Healthcare organisations were no different with 68% citing this trend.

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Keeping machine learning algorithms humble and honest in ‘ethics-first’ era: Part 2

In part one of this article, Davide Zilli, client services director at Mind Foundry, discussed the importance of ‘baked-in explainability’ in artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) solutions to tackle bias and improve user insights. Here in part two, Davide explains how users can hold machine learning models to account and the importance of industry participation in the push for ethical AI and ML applications.

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Keeping machine learning algorithms humble and honest in ‘ethics-first’ era: Part 1

Artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) applications have been at the centre of several high-profile controversies, witness the recent Apple Card credit limit differences and Amazon’s recruitment tool bias. Mind Foundry has been a pioneer in the development and use of ‘humble and honest’ algorithms from the very beginning of its applications development. As Davide Zilli, client services director at Mind Foundry explains, ‘baked in’ transparency and explainability will be vital in winning the fight against biased algorithms and inspiring greater trust in AI and ML solutions.

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