It's the end of techUK’s AI week (23-27 April), and we've been scanning many of the blogs, contributions and commentary published this week. Here's our personal selection of 10 of the best, for an exclusive AI Observatory digest.
Sharpening the UK's AI skill-set
Andrew Lawson from Salesforce, writes that for the UK to respond to the AI revolution, there needs to be a digital upskilling.
AI4Gov: great opportunity, great responsibility
Matthew Robinson from Accenture, cautions that although AI is contributing much to the Public Sector, we must also account for potential risks.
Cyber Security and AI - Opportunities and Challenges
Gordon Morrison from Splunk, explains the use of Machine Learning to cybersecurity teams.
Artificial Intelligence and the problem with privacy
Ivana Bartoletti from Gemserv explains how GDPR, if properly enforced, can support organisations deploying AI with the appropriate governance.
Five burning questions on AI and ethics
Dominic Holmes from Taylor Vinters, answers some frequently asked questions about AI and ethics.
Government reports consider data privacy and cybersecurity challenges
Ann LaFrance from Squire Patton Boggs outlines current UK Government responses to issues around cybersecurity.
UK wants to lead the world in tech ethics… but what does that mean?
Imogen Parker from the Nuffield Foundation, discusses how the UK tech sector can move forward while avoiding 'techlash'.
Can humans and machines get along to drive transport forward?
Daren Wood from Resonate explains the potential of AI to enhance transport systems.
The importance of digital ethics
Bhumika Zhaveri, Founder and CEO of Interimarket, expands on why digital ethics in AI is so important.
AI ‘deployment risks’ and the importance of managing them effectively
Vikram Khurana and Erik Müürsepp from Bristows LLP, look at the risks involved in deploying AI applications – and the consequences of ineffective management.
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