Posts Tagged ‘AI Ethics’

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AI Generation – Lessons from the Past

A Flood of New AI Generation The last couple of years (2020-2022) have been very interesting for content generated by artificial intelligence (AI) systems. Here in 2022, we’ve seen a multitude of new and interesting projects made available to the public for the first time.

Intelligent Data Episode 3: Data Trends in AI

[Podcast] Data Realities for Implementing AI

According to the IDC’s Worldwide Artificial Intelligence Spending Guide, implementing AI has become a necessity for businesses to become more agile, innovate, and scale. And it appears that more companies are coming to terms with this as global spending is expected to reach more than $110 billion by 2024. In season 1 episode 3 of […]

AI Ethics have been agreed upon in the EU

The EU Has Released Guidelines for AI Ethics

It’s here. The European Union (EU) has officially declared AI as an important constituent of their economic growth and have put forth rules and guidelines to “trust” the AI system. Does this mean that the EU is trying to instill “human values” into AI? I don’t think so. The requirements that are defined for AI […]