07 Oct 2021

Digital Self Sovereignty and Avoiding the Long Night with John Robb

John is one of the most disruptive thinkers of our time and is capable of drilling down on critical issues like security, society, and technology with deep authority and insights. In this conversation we cover a lot of topics, including John’s concept of OODA Shear, data and digital self sovereignty, Afghanistan, AI, Bitcoin, and the role networked tribes play in modern life. We also dig into the idea of Long Night and how to ensure innovation without consolidating power into platforms of corporate and government censorship.

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06 Oct 2021

Why it’s time small and midsize businesses embrace the AI revolution

Sometimes changes in technology arrive amid such fanfare it’s hard to miss them. Smartphones that turned personal computing on its head. The jet engine that shrank the world and opened travel for everyone. Global positioning systems that made it easy to do everything from tracking a hurricane to delivering a

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05 Oct 2021

For Tesla, Facebook and Others, AI’s Flaws Are Getting Harder to Ignore

What do Facebook Inc. co-founder Mark Zuckerberg and Tesla Inc. Chief Executive Elon Musk have in common? Both are grappling with big problems that stem, at least in part, from putting faith in artificial intelligence systems that have underdelivered. Zuckerberg is dealing with algorithms that are failing to stop the

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04 Oct 2021

How Uber manages anomalies in its machine learning models

AI models are as good as the data they are fed with. But what if the data that’s being fed is no more relevant? What kind of results can you expect when there’s not a single anomaly in the data set but the entire data set turns anomalous? That’s exactly

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04 Oct 2021

The truth about artificial intelligence? It isn’t that honest

We are, as the critic George Steiner observed, “language animals”. Perhaps that’s why we are fascinated by other creatures that appear to have language – dolphins, whales, apes, birds and so on. In her fascinating book, Atlas of AI, Kate Crawford relates how, at the end of the 19th century,

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30 Sep 2021

Why automation, artificial intelligence and machine learning are becoming increasingly critical for SOC operations

ReadDaniel Clayton explain why automation, Artificial Intelligence, and Machine Learning are becoming a critical part of cybersecurity operations for any business on Security Intelligence : Across a variety of industries, the adoption of automation and artificial intelligence (AI) initiatives has meant less of a burden and more opportunity for many

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28 Sep 2021

How Does Artificial Intelligence Compare to Augmented Intelligence?

Read Erin McNemar compare Artificial Intelligence with Augmented Intelligence and their use in the healthcare industry on Health IT Analytics : As providers strive to improve patient outcomes, the use of machine learning has become more integrated into the healthcare system. As this new form of technology continues to expand,

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28 Sep 2021

What is vector search? Better search through AI

Read Martin Heller explain how Vector similarity search uses Machine Learning to translate the similarity of text, images, or audio into a vector space, making search faster, more accurate, and more scalable on Info World : Suppose you wanted to implement a music service that would behave like Spotify, finding

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27 Sep 2021

Deep Learning’s Diminishing Returns

Read Neil C. Thompson, Kristjan Greenwald, Keeheon Lee, and Gabriel F. Manso’s commentary on why the Deep Learning process is not as good as it seems and will be unsustainable in the future on IEEE Spectrum : Deep learning is now being used to translate between languages, predict how proteins

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27 Sep 2021

Preparing for the ‘golden age’ of artificial intelligence and machine learning

Can businesses trust decisions that artificial intelligence and machine learning are churning out in increasingly larger numbers? Those decisions need more checks and balances — IT leaders and professionals have to ensure that AI is as fair, unbiased, and as accurate as possible. This means more training and greater investments

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