While it’s expected that AI will be indispensable in aiding work currently performed by humans, issues surrounding bias and black-boxing are creating strong headwinds in AI’s further inclusion in business. We delve into AI ‘expandability’ and ethics…
'Explainability' and ethics for AI Researchers ramp it up at Silicon Valley's foremost artificial intelligence symposium
AI has arrived. A proven technology that is exciting the world and generating heated debate between staunch advocates and lukewarm adversaries. From its starry-eyed birth in the 1960s to the down-to-earth tasks it performs today, AI has become the ultimate disruptor. Now, after the feel-good era of discovery, researchers find themselves grappling with two deep — and not unexpected — questions that challenge further deployment of AI.
Explainable AI Accelerates Digital Transformation in the Financial Services Industry, Enhancing Risk Management and Other Operations
This article outlines how “explainable AI” works for the financial services industry, for example, in improving risk management for investments and loans, detecting money laundering and enhancing the overall customer experience.