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AI as Interviewer: Efficient and Fair or Biased and Opaque?

By Dick Weisinger

AI has become the preferred accelerator for automation and it is being applied now to the job interview, much to the chagrin of interviewees. As many as 83 percent of large businesses are using some type of AI within the

Retail and Facial Recognition: How Much are You Willing to Give up for Convenience?

By Dick Weisinger

Your face is unique and AI is being perfected to recognize anyone’s face. As a biometric identifier, the capability of facial recognition is powerful, obsoleting the need for passwords, drivers licenses, and other identifiers. It makes things easier. It also

Responsible AI: Doing it the Right Way

By Dick Weisinger

Artificial Intelligence (AI) is being adopted by large numbers of organizations, governments and businesses and is being applied with great success to a myriad of types of problems. But many worry that if AI technology is not properly monitored, it

Geometric Deep Learning: Recognizing Patterns on Curved Surfaces

By Dick Weisinger

Geometric Deep Learning (GDL) is a branch of artificial intelligence that focuses on learning patterns that occur on curved surfaces. It is particularly useful in helping biology and chemistry researchers unlock the interactions of molecules and proteins. The area of

Artificial Intelligence: Improving the Emotional Intelligence of Algorithms

By Dick Weisinger

In order for computers and AI to understand what humans expect of them, it’s important that they can read human emotions. Researchers are trying to do just that. The new field is being called “emotion AI” or sometimes “affective computing“.