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2019 trends for Customer Insight & Analytics leaders

2019 trends

Happy New Year to all our readers, let’s kick off the year by reviewing likely 2019 trends. Beyond the inflated optimism that surrounds the start of a year, which trends are worth watching? Which are more than the analytics or tech equivalent of new year’s resolutions. Well, this is only a subjective collection, based on my experience. However, each of these changes has been gathering momentum. Development has been happening.. Read More

Machine Learning ethics (2) can you design ethical behaviours?

Machine Learning Ethics

Continuing our series of two posts on the topic of Machine Learning Ethics. In part two of his series on this topic, guest blogger Francesco Corea, moves on to consider moral accountability. How might an accountability, to act in an ethical way, be codified into algorithms or complete machine learning products? Drawing on sources as diverse as the World Economic Forum & MIT Technology Review, Francesco guides us through some.. Read More

AI ethics (1) Machine Ethics and Artificial Moral Agents

AI ethics

Time for us to consider AI ethics, not just AI developments. Continuing our focus on themes that emerged at recent Data Leaders Summit, let us consider the AI ethics problems posed by this developing capability. This builds upon our recent post about the emergence of Product Manager roles within Data Science teams. Another key theme at that event, was the need for Data & AI Ethics. A debate on this.. Read More

AI misdescription and real world applications from Asia

AI misdescription

In between blogging, from the two events I recommended, let’s return to the challenge of AI misdescription. As I shared in my review of Tony Boobier’s new book, he calls out the problem of mis-labelled AI. That is analytics or even BI applications being called AI, mainly because it is fashionable. Below, Tony returns as a guest blogger, to not only confirm that this is still the case, but also.. Read More

Sharing takeaways from the Rise of AI conference, Berlin 2018

Rise of AI conference 2018

Building on the lessons we learnt from Tony Boobier’s book on AI & work, let’s hear more about the Rise of AI. At the start of a month when I will be chairing and attending events, I was delighted to receive Francesco Corea‘s debrief. In this post, he shares his learning journey while attending the Rise of AI conference in Berlin. Francesco has shared before his overview of the InsurTech.. Read More

The future of AI and your working life – start planning

future of AI

The future of AI & threat to our jobs is a popular topic for news recently. But here is a positively helpful book to help you respond. Unlike so much that is written on this topic, Tony Boobier‘s latest book focusses on a positive response. It also investigates the implications of AI at a deeper level than most analysis. Whilst many books have been written that focus on explaining AI,.. Read More