Machine Learning as a Service to detect illegal fishing
BAE Systems recently was awarded a research contract (from US agency DARPA) to develop machine-learning-as-a-service that uses satellite imagery & other data to deliver continuous worldwide situational awareness. The idea - to automatically and reliabily detect illegal fishing vessels. Expect that once successful, there will be loads more use cases for this advanced and simplifed analytics on a greater scale.
1,200+ citizens from
the US, Canada, Germany, UK and Australia were surveyed in a recent KPMG & UoQ study. Focusing on AI systems with applications in Healthcare and Human Resources - what are the views on citizen trust and expectations for AI?Not surprisingly, while Trust is key to the success of AI-driven applications; citizens were found to have 'low trust' but generally 'accepting' of AI solutions generally - the level of confidence and willingness to share data with a third party and AI system is also interesting.Implications for business, government/ policymakers and morehttps://home.kpmg/content/dam/kpmg/au/pdf/2021/trust-in-ai-multiple-countries.pdfimage credit: KPMG
Did you think it possible that we'd want to replace human presenters of our media and news, with AI-generated clones? Over a year ago, China's second largest search engine (Sogou) partnered with a state-run news agency to do just that.Journalists and News Presenters are typically expected to be human-powered - personality driven, trust-based principally. Can AI-generated clones create similar Anchors that we trust?https://journalismai.com/2019/05/04/artificial-sincerity-too/image by mohamed Hassan from Pixabay