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Venturebeat: How stakeholder capitalism and AI ethics go hand in hand

Marketing

June 14, 2021

We’re pleased to share an article, published on Venturebeat, by Chatterbox Labs’ CTO, Dr Stuart Battersby. The article, How stakeholder capitalism and AI ethics go hand in hand, introduces stakeholder capitalism, the recently announced ESG metrics and draws a link to AI ethics showing that the principles and goals of both go hand in hand. […]

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Webinar: How to assess the fairness of your AI models – live demonstration - 30th June @ 11am ET

Marketing

June 2, 2021

Webinar: How to assess the fairness of your AI models – live demonstration When: 30th June 2021 @ 11am EST Cost: Free Duration: 30 minutes Bias & fairness within AI models are key topics of conversation, regulation and guidance. AI models should not have unwanted bias against sensitive attributes, sometime called protected classes. However, what […]

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EU AI regulation & FTC guidance will impact all AI adoption globally

Marketing

April 26, 2021

As a company that is focused on Ethical, Trustworthy and Fair AI, we felt it imperative to share recent announcements from both the European Union (EU) and the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) surrounding new AI laws and guidance which will impact all AI adoption globally. These announcements have been in the offing for the last […]

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Managing AI Risks. Multiple Stakeholders Need Access to the Right Data and Insights

Stuart Battersby

September 30, 2020

In a guest post on insideBIGDATA I wrote: “There is no doubt that AI is exploding across businesses, and it is not just with the moon shots that make news headlines. Due to the speed and scale at which AI can operate, it is being used across the critical operations and decision making in everyday […]

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Trustworthy AI & Validation of Enterprise AI Model Insights (AIMI)

Danny Coleman

September 2, 2020

Trustworthy AI is the number priority for business leaders for very good reason. Despite all the advances made with AI in academic breakthroughs, experimentation, methods, model build, accuracy, precision, recall and feature importance enterprises are still seeking greater insights into their AI models whether still in development or live in a production environment. Recalling AI […]

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Assessing the Fairness of an AI model

Stuart Battersby

July 9, 2020

AI models can achieve very high accuracy (this is particularly true with contemporary deep learning methods) and can churn through data at a much higher rate than is possible with humans. This has led to their deployment in decision making systems across various industries. In general, these systems are trained (that is, taught how to […]

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Explainable AI & the boardroom conversation

Danny Coleman

June 19, 2020

AI is a somewhat underspecified term and can mean many things to different audiences. However, in business, boardroom execs today are still seeking answers to what AI will truly deliver to their business. Many have spent millions of dollars, yet few have seen significant real-world impact and ROI. One exec recently remarked "In the current […]

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AI regulation is coming: Are you ready?

Stuart Battersby

May 22, 2020

Are you ready? Governments and regulators now have well established regulations in place for managing data including the security and privacy implications associated with these.  However, as AI is now being regularly deployed within organisations, countries around the world are looking at how it should be regulated.  Some regulation builds upon (or is inherent within) […]

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Implementing Explainable AI (XAI) & Proof of Value in 4 hours via Zoom

Danny Coleman

May 11, 2020

Today more than ever enterprises are seeking immediate value from AI investments. Most enterprises have made significant AI investments yet continue to struggle with real world implementation of “why did the machine make its decision” and next best action. In order to deliver real-world AI, the fundamental and critical phases of ideation, experimentation, engineering and […]

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Explainable AI & adherence to impending global government AI regulations

Danny Coleman

May 5, 2020

When looking at the forecasted revenues of the AI market worldwide from 2018 to 2025 we see from $10 billion in 2018 to $126 billion in 2025. The business upside is significant, however with potential growth of this magnitude, risk and government regulation was inevitable. Governments around the world today see AI as a great enabler to […]

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