Deepfakes (aka synthetic media) can spread misinformation and disinformation very effectively. The 2020 US election is just one example, but the use of deepfakes isn’t limited to politics. In fact, representatives from a big brand company recently asked Avivah Litan, vice president and distinguished analyst at Gartner Research, what they could do if deepfakes were used to undermine the reputation of the brand or CEO. Unfortunately, her reply was “nothing,” because
New data strategies required to meet demands imposed by the pandemic may also be signs of seismic shifts in the market, some experts say. On Tuesday, Raj Verma, Co-CEO of MemSQL, a SQL database management system, held an online fireside chat with Dave Menninger, senior vice president and research director of data and analytics research from Ventana Research. They discussed reshaping architecture in response to COVID-19 and touched on how Snowflake going public, in what is touted
When baseball Hall of Famer Lou Brock, who played for the St. Louis Cardinals and the Chicago Cubs, passed away in September 2020 at the age of 81, the media team at the San Francisco Giants was asked by a regional sports network if they had any footage or interviews with the base-stealing champion.
A few years ago, the media team would have disconnected that call for help and turned around to look
Financial technology (FinTech) is an area of increasing interest, as evidenced by venture funding, media coverage, and the entrée of large companies and governments into the space. Indeed, finance and technology bind consumers and businesses, and even countries to each other in ways unprecedented in earlier eras. As such they have captured the attention of investors and consumers alike. Financial services and products leverage technology more profoundly and in a more thorough fashion than almost
Although we are still in the infancy of the AI revolution, there’s not much artificial intelligence can’t do. From business dilemmas to societal issues, it is being asked to solve thorny problems that lack traditional solutions. Possessing this endless promise, are there any limits to what AI can do?
Yes, artificial intelligence and machine learning (ML) do have some distinct limitations. Any organization looking to implement AI needs to understand where these boundaries are drawn