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When DTU Skylab Digital helps a company or technology to market, ethics must be part of the foundation. […]
It has been an exciting time for Danish tech company Corti, first winning a prestigious award and then […]
Two companies from Denmark are among the 14 nominees for a prestigious Future Unicorn Award, to be awarded […]
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Build skills in-house, involve the entire organisation and make sure it works before you create a dedicated strategy […]
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Only a few companies have a code of conduct for artificial intelligence. Today, documentation for responsible use of […]
Google was among the first to declare its principles for responsible AI. Ron Bodkin, Technical Director of Applied […]
“Wildfire is a big problem in the world. Robotto’s software, in combination with drones, gives firefighters a better chance, and will save the world or minimize the damage from wildfires.”
Trustworthy AI requires algorithms to be secure, reliable and robust enough to deal with errors or inconsistencies during all life cycle phases of AI systems.
The only logical way for us to not only compete but also win the AI-race is to make sure the products we market can be adopted today by the current workforce in the companies.