Privacy First Conversational AI

Tim Walpole We assume, often naively, that our personal data is used, and then deleted, and that there will be no trace of our interaction persisted. There is not a week that goes by where the news does not have a story about how our privacy has been violated....

Facial Recognition and Ethics in AI

Katie Gibbs We can’t trust such companies to look after the best interests of consumers and their privacy. There needs to be a clear ethical framework around the application of AI. Facial recognition is a controversial topic. It’s a problematic technology that many...

The harmful impact of female virtual assistants

Katie Gibbs They have been designed (by predominantly male teams) to not only symbolise femininity, but the tone of voice was originally designed to be flirty and coquettish. Female virtual assistants have a harmful impact on female empowerment. They are the...

Keeping up with the cutting-edge

Rob Griffiths As technology change accelerates, the cutting edge is at risk of being outpaced by the very-new cutting edge. You should read ‘Thank You For Being Late’ by Thomas Friedmanif you haven’t already. I love it. It’s about the rate of change in modern society....

We need to change the way we talk about AI and the future of work

Katie Gibbs LinkedIn Anyone can be upskilled to work in the world of AI as long as they are fast learners and have problem solving skills Since I started working in the AI space five years ago, the main question that I get asked is around how it will impact jobs. I...