Making artificial intelligence fit for humanity’s purpose

Artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) technologies are transforming business, but they have also raised significant ethical concerns, writes Jason Walsh

17th June, 2018
Laurie Miles, senior director, SAS UK and Ireland

Founded in the US and now based in Canada, but with offices worldwide, SAS is one the world’s leading analytics companies.

The numbers speak for themselves: SAS has 14,185 employees and 148 customers worldwide but, as it was founded in 1976, the company has seen the data landscape transformed – more than once.

The latest transformation is the growth of the use of artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML), technologies widely touted as having the...

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