Recruiting the right talent is expensive and time-consuming. That is why retention is the mantra for most business […]
Experience from longstanding efforts to digitalise key areas of public services has made Denmark a hotspot for the […]
It has become increasingly tricky to identify when an image is real, and when it is fake. Defudger, […]
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 […]
AI developed at a slower pace in 2019 than expected by the analysts at IDC, however, in the […]
In 2020 we will see real money flowing through blockchain services. Furthermore, sustainable finance will evolve from being […]
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 […]
“Blockchain technology is at a crossroads where big players are beginning to add real value to the infrastructure, […]
“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.
“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. […]