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Neuromorphic Computing: AI Chip Successor?

By Dick Weisinger

Artificial Intelligence is powered today by standard CPU or GPU chips. But there’s another type of chip which may be better suited for AI processing. ‘Neuromorphic’ chips are designed to function the way that neurons work the human brain. Neuromorphic

Algor-ethics: Building Ethical Algorithms

By Dick Weisinger

Trust, ethics, governance. Technology needs to build these qualities into algorithms and their software implementations. A failure to do so is not only a reputational risk to technology companies but also a blow to fairness and decency in society. But

Artificial Intelligence: AutoML: Self-Evolving Algorithms

By Dick Weisinger

Artificial Intelligence (AI) algorithms have been criticized because their developers purposely, but more likely, inadvertently, embed biases and prejudices into the design and workings of the AI. A report by AI Now finds that built-in biases “affect how AI companies

AI and Services: Apply with Caution to Avoid Alienating Customers

By Dick Weisinger

AI and automation have the potential to reduce labor costs and make businesses more efficient, but new technologies need to be applied with thought, particularly when exposing customers to AI-driven interfaces. A study at Rensselaer found that when today’s level

AI and Art: Algorithms Flirt with Creativity

By Dick Weisinger

The world of art isn’t immune to changes in technology. Artificial Intelligence is already exerting an influence. Artists are beginning to use AI as a tool to assist in the creation of art, but algorithms are going even further to