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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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New “Tiny” Machine Learning Model Enables Edge Devices to Perform Image Segmentation 

Image segmentation, key to both human and computer vision, is the process of parsing data into distinct groups. While this ...
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Six Ways Organizations Can Leverage Digital Transformation for Growth

Thousands of organizations all over the world underwent digital transformations during pandemic-related shutdowns as a means of survival. Now, as ...
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U.S. Federal Trade Commission: Seven Ways to Help Ensure Fair AI Systems

In April, the European Union (EU) and the U.S. Federal Trade Commission (FTC) each released regulations aimed at curbing the ...
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Three Major Trends In Artificial Intelligence Regulation

Artificial intelligence (AI) regulations are coming. In March, five of the largest U.S. financial regulators sent banks an information request ...
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Four Machine Learning Questions Organizations Should Ask

Machine learning can deliver major benefits for organizations looking to scale their operations, especially those who continue to experience disruptions ...
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How Institutional Review Boards Can Reduce AI Risks 

Organizations are increasingly adopting artificial intelligence (AI) standards to mitigate risks associated with the technology, such as its propensity for ...
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What is ‘Causal Inference’ and Why is it Key to Machine Learning?

Unlike human beings, machine learning algorithms are bad at determining what’s known as ‘causal inference,’ the process of understanding the ...
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As They Rush To Embrace Artificial Intelligence, Industry Leaders Worry About Ethics

Artificial intelligence systems are quickly proliferating in a number of industrial sectors. However, they carry big risks that are worrying ...
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Four AI Standards Lessons To Consider

When it comes to designing ethical artificial intelligence (AI) systems, developers usually have the best intentions. However, problems often occur ...
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New ENISA and JRC Report Provides Guidance on Cyber Security for Autonomous Vehicles

A new report from the European Union Agency for Cybersecurity (ENISA) and Joint Research Center (JRC) is illuminating the cyber ...
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Artificial Intelligence Training

Artificial Intelligence and Ethics in Design

IEEE Continuing and Professional Education offers practical online training to help you apply the ethics of artificial intelligence to the business of design.

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