Data, talent, platforms and trust: these are the four key pillars firms need when building AI into their applications according to Procter & Gamble’s chief information officer Vittorio Cretella. During his keynote at the ScaleUp: AI conference in New York earlier this month, Cretella explained that artificial intelligence was embedded in every single aspect of the consumer packaged goods company’s
We are entering an AI world where start-ups are transforming everyday lives through artificial intelligence and machine learning. AWS’ Allie K Miller spoke at the recent ScaleUp:AI conference and set out the key trends for ML and AI. As artificial intelligence and machine learning have become more mainstream in the last decade; the tech sector has seen countless start-ups popping
AI experts descended on ScaleUp:AI conference in New York, with speakers from AWS, Procter & Gamble, IBM, PayPal and others offering insights on some of AI’s most pressing issues. Here are five of the biggest takeaways from this year’s event.
Financial services firms that use diverse datasets in their machine learning-based models to generate credit scores are more inclusive and thereby manage bias risk more holistically, according to speakers at the ScaleUp: AI conference.
At the pace AI is changing, large financial services institution such as Citi finds value in working with startups that bring skills “we desperately need,” according to its global head of AI. “We have a lot of talent in-house, obviously, that we can utilize to develop our own products and services,” said AI chief Prag Sharma at the ScaleUp: AI
Increases in no-code, low code and decentralization are among the top machine learning trends of tomorrow, according to the global head of machine learning at AWS. Allie Miller, the cloud division’s global ML head for startups and venture capital, also noted the rise of interest in security, performance and access at the ScaleUp: AI 2022 conference in New York.
AI is permeating all aspects of the health care system, whether it is in diagnostics, treatment, drug discovery, precision medicine, imaging and more. “It’s really the sky’s the limit at this point, which is both a blessing and a curse because it’s the Wild West,” said Dr. Danny Tobey, a partner at law firm DLA Piper, during a panel at
The future of cybersecurity is AI – both for defenders and attackers, according to SentinelOne’s Nicholas Warner. During a keynote at ScaleUp: AI, the COO suggested that AI is both a savior and a thorn in the side of cybersecurity, with cyberattacks becoming a geopolitical and personal problem as well a corporate one.
Consumer products giant Procter & Gamble is no stranger to innovation, from inventing the first foaming soap bar, Ivory, in 1879 to launching an AI-powered electric toothbrush in 2019 that tracks how people brush. CIO Vittorio Crettella said the innovation continues. “AI is embedded in everything we do and also embedded increasingly in all our products,” he said at the
Andrew Ng, the revered AI expert and co-founder of Google Brain, said developers should adopt a data-centric AI approach to unlock the full potential of AI. Speaking during a keynote at ScaleUp:AI, Ng, referred to a McKinsey report that suggested AI would add $13 trillion to the global economy by 2030. However, he said outside sectors served by the consumer