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IBM Advances Watson Family Including AI FactSheets at AI Summit 

By John P. Desmond, AI Trends Editor   At its virtual AI Summit held in December, IBM announced updates across the Watson family of products in...

Startup: Truera Raising Money to Get AI Explainability Solution to Market 

By AI Trends Staff   In the black box problem in machine learning, data goes in, suggested decisions come out, and how the model arrived at...

2021 Predictions: Rise of ‘Glocalization,’ Model Monitoring, Focus on Supply Chain 

By AI Trends Staff      From Dr. Lance Eliot, author of AI Trends Insider on Autonomy column in AI Trends, and global expert on AI:     The Machine Learning (ML)...

Data Scientists Engaged in the Battle Against Data Bias 

By AI Trends Staff  Data scientists have joined the battle to eliminate or at least identify the bias in datasets used to train AI programs.  The...

Work Underway to Assess and Rate AI Model Transparency

By AI Trends Staff We hold these truths to be self-evident: a machine learning model is only as good as the data it learns from....

Why Your Company Needs White-Box Models in Enterprise Data Science

By Ryohei Fujimaki, Ph.D., Founder and CEO of dotData AI is having a profound impact on customer experience, revenue, operations, risk management and other business...

Need to Build Trustworthy AI Systems Gains Importance as AI Progresses

By John P. Desmond, Editor, AI Trends The push is on to build trusted AI systems with an eye toward instilling confidence that results will...

People-Centered Design For Deep Learning

In an MIT Sloan Management Review article published last week, David A. Bray and Ray Wang outline the challenges ahead for incorporating people-centered design...

2020 AI Predictions: Black Box Cloud Seen Lifting, RPA in Enterprise,...

By AI Trends Staff We invited readers to submit their top predictions for the impact of AI on business in 2020. Here is a selection...

Explainable AI is the Mission of Mark Stefik of PARC

As artificial intelligence (AI) systems play bigger parts in our lives, people are asking whether they can be trusted. According to Mark Stefik, this...