In this second of my two-part conversation on the ethics of technology with Jessica Powell, the former head of PR at Google turned author of the wonderful satirical novel, The Big Disruption: A Totally
Artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) are big buzzy terms making more noise now than ever. These technologies are a big part of my everyday life, both as a tech leader and as a civilian,
The field of artificial intelligence (AI) is fast-moving, and new breakthroughs are regularly made. One of the more recent terms rising to prominence is Generative Adversarial Network (GAN) – but what
Google today introduced TensorFlow.Text, a library for preprocessing language models with TensorFlow. The open source machine learning framework created by the Google Brain team has seen more than 41 downloads.
Our hectic, on-demand lifestyles rely upon allocating finite sets of resources to constantly changing numbers of people. As this task grows ever harder, it will require solutions to a little-known mathematical
British companies that fail to invest in artificial intelligence soon are at risk of losing 20pc of their cash flow, McKinsey has warned. New figures claim that AI could boost the UK economy by 22pc in
In the last few years, we have witnessed a renaissance in machine learning (ML) and artificial intelligence (AI). AI broadly refers to the ability of machines to “think” like humans and perform tasks “smart,”