The problem with explainable AI… is excuses, excuses

15 June 2018

Rudina Seseri, the founder of Glasswing Ventures, makes some interesting arguments on ‘the problem with explainable AI’ in her latest article on TechCrunch. However I can’t help but fundamentally disagree with the article’s closing remark that putting such a premium on transparency sets too high a burden for the AI industry.

CEO Ben Taylor features on cover of this month’s CIOReview

12 April 2018

“As automation continues to sit at the top of every CIO’s agenda, and as RPA continues to show its limitations, it is clear that Rainbird’s automated decision-making platform is becoming a smart strategic choice. Rainbird undoubtedly heralds a step change for any enterprise choosing to take advantage of its capabilities. “

A new OECD study on automation offers a dose of reality to the ‘humans vs machines’ narrative

If there’s one thing we should all have learnt from the 21st Century so far, it’s that sometimes the experts get it wrong.

In the face of GDPR, AI technologies that can explain their own rationale are the way forward

23 March 2018

Last weekend’s edition of the Sunday Times Magazine saw another contribution in a long line of commentary on the AI “black box” problem.

The fraudsters have stolen a march – use ‘expert-down’ automated decisioning to get a step ahead

21 February 2018

Nothing beats human understanding when trying to investigate complex fraud cases, and this understanding is exactly what Rainbird allows you to scale.