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.
“We will never be Google or Facebook. And we should not aim for it,” says Jens Brehm Bagger Nielsen, Head of AI at WS Audiology.
Using artificial intelligence challenges the organization as well as the business processes of the hearing aid manufacturer Oticon. […]
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Photo Sebastian Stigsby, video by VINIA Media (Oliver Rosendal)
Competition was fierce among the pitching startups at Digital Hub Denmark’s launch event in Vega. The judges set their eyes on ten frontrunners that will showcase Denmark at Web Summit in Portugal in November.
The launch event for Digital Hub Denmark in VEGA, Copenhagen showcased the very best of Denmark’s Digital frontrunners, […]
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Digital frontrunners across industries are adopting new organisational structures, often inspired by software companies. But how do they […]