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As AI plays an increasing role in our daily lives trust in AI systems is crucial. Yet, the lack of explainability hampers our ability to fully trust AI systems. At Big Data World Frankfurt, Redouane Boumghar discussed the emerging field of explainable AI and problems within the sector which must be resolved.
Toyota’s upgraded version of the human-shaped robot T-HR3 mirrors human movement and now boasts faster and smoother finger movements. The development is a result of the wearable remote-control device becoming lighter and easier to use.
Mid-December is upon us, which means it’s time for – you guessed it – our yearly data centre predictions roundup.
As usual, we’ve handpicked four industry experts, all of whom have kindly consulted their crystal balls to serve up some digestible summaries of what lies ahead for the data centre in 2020.
Without question, the chief takeaway from this year’s roundup is the centrality of sustainability.
True, the environmental impact of IT has been scrutinised for several years now, but whereas once the interrogation was audible, now it is deafening. This is a consequence of the broader elevation of the issue around the globe, reinforced by the Greta Effect and the hellish wildfires that tore through the Amazon in November.
David Coombs is Head of Strategic Services at Cheil UK where he oversees creative technology and data output. Following his talk “Welcome to the smart(ish) home” at ad:tech London 2019, he tells us about trends in marketing technology & which brands are delivering the best customer experience. Where do you see opportunities for improving the… Read More
As cyber security professionals it’s vital to understand these threats and the various tools and solutions available. Steve Ng, Lead Digital Platform Operations of Mediacorp, identifies today’s most pressing threats and the ways in which we can monitor, mitigate and resolve them.