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How bias in AI happens -- and what IT pros can do about it

By Brian Holak 30 Aug 2018

At Gartner Catalyst 2018, Darin Stewart detailed how AI bias finds its way into algorithms, what IT pros can do to prevent it -- and why it's sometimes OK to intentionally insert it. Read More

GDPR regulations put premium on transparent AI

By George Lawton 25 Apr 2018

As the EU's GDPR regulations go into effect, enterprises must focus on building transparency in AI applications so that algorithms' decisions can be explained. Read More

Prepare now for quantum computers, QKD and post-quantum encryption

By Peter Ray Allison 27 Sep 2018

The predicted processing power of quantum computers is likely to make existing encryption algorithms obsolete. Quantum key distribution (QKD) is a possible solution - we investigate whether QKD is viable Read More

GDPR and AI: Data collection documentation essential to compliance

By George Lawton 31 May 2018

It's important to remember that artificial intelligence data and AI algorithms must hold up against GDPR regulations. Here's where GDPR and AI intersect and what CIOs can do to remain compliant. Read More

Data mining algorithms for competitive advantage

By Emily McLaughlin 09 May 2014

Our #CIOChat-ters say that building effective data mining algorithms -- internally or externally -- gives companies a distinct competitive advantage. Read More

Retiring obsolete SHA-1 and RC4 cryptographic algorithms, SSLv3 protocol

By Peter Loshin 26 May 2016

Microsoft speeds deprecation of SHA-1, Google dropping support for RC4, SSLv3, as web software publishers approach end of life for obsolete cryptographic algorithms and protocols. Read More

After the TSB debacle, is it time for IT people to run retail banking?

By Tim Worstall 27 Apr 2018

Given that high-street banks are effectively little more than a computer system processing algorithms, would they be better off run by tech experts than bankers? Read More

More curiosity could help narrow AI tools handle broader uses

By Torsten Volk 06 Apr 2018

Today, engineers are developing AI tools primarily for individual applications, but programming a facsimile of curiosity into algorithms could help make them more general purpose. Read More

Deep neural networks, speed limit signs and training on the fly

By Nicole Laskowski 31 Mar 2018

Because of data and compute power requirements, training a deep learning algorithm doesn't typically happen on so-called edge devices such as smartphones or drones. But Neurala Inc., a deep ... Read More

Humans and AI tools go hand in hand in analytics applications

By Craig Stedman 28 Mar 2018

Companies are keeping data analysts and other workers in the loop with AI applications to check the results generated by automated algorithms for accuracy, relevance and missing info. Read More