IBM: While Enterprise Adoption of Artificial Intelligence Increases, Barriers are Limiting Its Usage

Some 40% of organizations remain in the exploration/experimentation phases due to factors including limited AI skills and expertise, according to IBM's newly released Global AI Adoption Index 2023.

By |2024-01-12T22:01:23+00:00January 12, 2024|ai, ai ethics, Artificial Intelligence, Australia, CXO, data governance, generative ai, ibm, Innovation, International, Uncategorized, United Kingdom|Comments Off on IBM: While Enterprise Adoption of Artificial Intelligence Increases, Barriers are Limiting Its Usage

Anthropic Builds Methods for Reducing Bias in Generative AI – But Doesn’t Recommend AI for High-Stakes Decisions

The company's paper on high-stakes decisions made by foundation models joins the conversation on bias in generative AI, but Anthropic doesn’t recommend using its methods in the real world.

By |2023-12-21T15:14:37+00:00December 21, 2023|ai ethics, anthropic, Artificial Intelligence, chatgpt, claude, claude 2, Developer, generative ai, ibm, llama 7b, meta, Software, Uncategorized|Comments Off on Anthropic Builds Methods for Reducing Bias in Generative AI – But Doesn’t Recommend AI for High-Stakes Decisions

EqualAI Releases 11 Principles for Responsible AI Governance

Stakeholders from underrepresented groups should be involved in the integration of AI into business processes or functions.

The Debate Around AI Ethics in Australia is Falling Far Behind

In Australia and elsewhere, the debate around AI and ethics rages. Meanwhile, AI apps with questionable ethics are being released daily.

By |2023-08-01T16:16:03+00:00August 1, 2023|ai, ai ethics, Artificial Intelligence, artificial intelligence ethics, Australia, ethics of ai, ethics of artificial intelligence, International, Uncategorized|Comments Off on The Debate Around AI Ethics in Australia is Falling Far Behind
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