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Pursuit of AI that Can be Trusted Getting More Attention in...

By AI Trends Staff AI is receiving a push from the race to find a vaccine, diagnostics and effective treatments for the COVID-19 virus, and...

Effort to Fund National Research Cloud for AI Advances

By AI Trends Staff A bipartisan group of legislators in the US House and Senate proposed a bill in the first week of June that...

Federal Government Inching Toward Enterprise Cloud Foundation

By AI Trends Staff The federal government continues its halting effort to field an enterprise cloud strategy, with Lt....

AI Careers: Kesha Williams, Software Engineer, Continues Her Exploration

By John P. Desmond, AI Trends Editor We recently had a chance to catch up on the career of...

As in Business, Cloud Strategy for Government Agencies Must Be a...

By AI Trends Staff Public sector technology executives know they need to modernize, while accounting for cybersecurity and trying to reduce costs. This often results...

Modzy Aims to Accelerate Enterprise AI Adoption with Pre-trained Models

By AI Trends Staff The consulting firm Booz Allen has announced Modzy, a product aimed at accelerating the deployment of AI applications in the enterprise....

AI on the Edge Evolving Rapidly with Specialized Chips

By AI Trends Staff Edge computing brings computation and data storage closer to where it is needed, to improve response times and save bandwidth. Now...

Practice Ethical AI, Dr. Shirley Jackson, President of Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute,...

At an event on the Ethics of AI presented by the New England Executive Council of Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Dr. Shirley A. Jackson, president...

Google AI Ethics Council In Disarray After First Week

Google recently appointed an external ethics council to deal with tricky issues in artificial intelligence. The group is meant to help the company appease...

Carlos Escapa, AWS, on Applying Machine Learning To Business Problems

By Allison Proffitt, Editorial Director It almost sounds like Carlos Escapa is in agriculture. He talks enthusiastically of low hanging fruit, and much higher-growing fruit,...