• Artificial intelligence (AI) is not an infallible process that resides on the computing equivalent of Mt. Olympus. AI results can contain bias or be misinterpreted, and companies need to put guardrails in place to prevent misuse.
• Microsoft decided to remove several products that could be used to manipulate information negatively. This will improve trust and accountability in the use of AI.
AI has already made a positive impact in a wide variety of fields, including businesses, science, and financial markets. Eventually, AI’s impact will influence every facet of daily life by increasing factory efficiency, solving complex problems, and improving the overall quality of life. However, in order to realize this future state, it is essential that the AI software that will control humanity’s critical systems be deployed in a manner that will impact life in a positive manner. Continue reading “Microsoft Updates Its Responsible AI Standard And Adjusts Its Portfolio”→
• A bit late to the enterprise party, Google Cloud is looking to play catch up on the government front with a new public sector business.
• The business will operate autonomously while selling the full suite of Google products.
Looking to capture a bigger share of the public sector IT sales and challenge fellow hyperscale rivals Amazon Web Services and Microsoft Azure, Google Cloud is launching a separate subsidiary to serve US government clients, which will have its own separate board of directors to be named later. The Google Cloud Public Sector arm will sell the full suite of Google services, including cybersecurity solutions to federal, state, and local government entities. Will Grannis, Google Managing Director and Chief Technology Officer, will oversee the new business at launch until a permanent CEO is named. Lynn Martin, a Google vice president, will head the US Public Sector sales organization.