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Artificial Intelligence Resources

Artificial Intelligence resources from IEEE

Overview

Artificial intelligence (AI) will have life-altering implications for society, perhaps larger than the scale of earlier general-purpose technologies. While AI and autonomous systems (AS) are currently being used in households and by companies and academic institutions worldwide, the most promising opportunities remain untapped, and artificial intelligence resources are greatly needed. Artificial intelligence is predicted to expand exponentially in the coming years, completely transforming industries such as customer and food services, finance, healthcare, insurance, and manufacturing and the way they do business. Potential impediments to successfully using AI and AS, however, include the practical applications of AI, as well as ethics in design. 

Given the impact and potential of AI and AS, there's never been a greater need for practical artificial intelligence and ethics training, especially as it applies to the design decisions that technical professionals need to make every day. IEEE continuing education provides professionals with the knowledge needed to integrate AI and AS within their products and operations, along with artificial intelligence resources that can help you stay up to date on this important topic. Learn more how your organization can benefit from IEEE training here.

Artificial Intelligence Resources

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Is “Liquid Learning” the Next Revolution in Machine Learning? 

A new type of machine learning known as “liquid learning” can rapidly adapt to changes in its data stream and ...
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Four Principles Organizations Should Include in Artificial Intelligence Standards 

As artificial intelligence (AI) systems are built on larger and larger quantities of data, the potential threat that they can ...
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Machine Learning Boasts Big Promises, But Still Contains a Major Weakness

Recently, MIT researchers used machine learning—computer algorithms that automatically learn and get better over time—to predict that a number of ...
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Four Steps Organizations Can Take To Establish AI Standards

Artificial intelligence (AI) is evolving rapidly. According to multinational professional services company, Accenture, businesses spent $306 billion USD on AI ...
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Will Deep Learning Accelerate the Spread of IoT?

With over 55 million people infected with COVID-19 worldwide, hospitals are under enormous strain, and remote care is needed more ...
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Five Major Ethical Challenges AI Developers Should Consider

Artificial intelligence (AI) is on the rise, but many developers aren’t prepared to deal with the ethical challenges it poses, ...
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How Can Organizations Ensure Their AI Systems Are Ethical?

Artificial intelligence (AI) applications are rapidly expanding, and so are the various threats they pose. From algorithms with embedded racial ...
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During a Crisis, Can AI Systems Be Designed Both Quickly and Ethically?

Artificial intelligence (AI) has the potential to save thousands of lives during the COVID-19 pandemic. However,  rapid deployment of these ...
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As COVID-19 Hastens Reliance on Automation, Experts Warn About the Need for AI Ethics in Healthcare

The COVID-19 pandemic has triggered vast job losses as many businesses are unable to operate during this time. It’s also ...
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Showcasing Female STEM Leaders Can Attract More Women to Engineering

The artificial intelligence (AI) industry needs more women. Currently, under a quarter of AI professionals are female, and only 13.8% ...
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Artificial Intelligence Training

Artificial Intelligence and Ethics in Design

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