16 July 2018
According to a recent Guardian piece on the West Coast tech scene, a large number of startups have allegedly discovered that human labour is cheaper and easier than building or implementing AI technology. Better yet, they’re employing people to do intensive manual labour, styling themselves as AI companies, and keeping it all a secret from their investors. The result is like a restored vintage car: on the outside, it’s shiny, and new, and fashioning the ‘AI’ epithet; on the inside, it’s outdated and unsustainable.
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.
12 April 2018
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.
12 December 2017
Rainbird’s Head of Consultancy & Training Eleanor Brown addresses the decision-making challenges businesses face today, and offers a vital solution
3 November 2017
NORWICH Friday 3 November 2017: Rainbird wins Tech Innovator of the year at the EDP Business Awards.