As artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) initiatives reshape critical sectors, CXOs need to understand the ethical issues of using AI and ML at their operations. ZDNet and TechRepublic published a PDF ebook: Managing AI and ML in the enterprise 2020, which examines how companies manage, benefit from, and make ethical decisions regarding their AI and ML usage. Here’s a look at what’s in this free PDF ebook.
Artificial intelligence projects are a top priority for many companies, but there are plenty of potential pitfalls for the unwary. Learn more in ZDNet’s Daphne Leprince-Ringuet’s feature “AI for business: What’s going wrong, and how to get it right.”
How to approach cost justification, identify ROI, and avoid implementation missteps for AI/ML initiatives is the topic of TechRepublic contributor Mary Shacklett’s article, “The true costs and ROI of implementing AI in the enterprise.”
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Ethical questions around AI have become part of the conversation in business as more organizations add ML to their toolkit. How many of these businesses have policies in place to make sure that AI is used ethically? Find out in the latest CIO Jury poll by TechRepublic’s Teena Maddox.
In “Developers – it’s time to brush up on your philosophy: Ethical AI is the big new thing in tech” ZDNet’s Daphne Leprince-Ringuet investigates what the transformative potential of algorithms means for developers now that they are expected to think about the ethics of technology.
There is still much concern among employees that AI will put them out of work, but the fear is unjustified. Find out why in ZDNet’s Daphne Leprince-Ringuet’s article “AI vs your career? What artificial intelligence will really do to the future of work.”
Job-seekers interact more with advancing tech than they realize as more companies turn to automated tools in talent acquisition. Learn how in TechRepublic’s Macy Bayern’s feature “How artificial intelligence and machine learning are used in hiring and recruiting.”
Also in this ebook, in “AI and ML move into financial services” TechRepublic contributor Esther Shein researches how financial organizations will employ some form of AI by the end of 2021, if they don’t already. TechRepublic’s Veronica Combs profiles a pharma company that uses AI to build data lakes with internal and external data sets in her article “Healthcare and artificial intelligence: How Databricks uses Apache Spark to analyze huge data sets.” ZDNet contributor, Nick Heath provides an executive guide to artificial intelligence, from machine learning and general AI to neural networks in his feature “What is AI? Everything you need to know about Artificial Intelligence.”
What role can Australia play in the global conversation about artificial intelligence? Find out in ZDNet’s Aimee Chanthadavong’s article “Setting the AI standard: What it could look like in Australia.”
To read all these articles, plus details on original research from TechRepublic Premium, download the free PDF ebook: Managing AI and ML in the enterprise 2020.