Tag Archives: blockchain

Built like Blockchain? Creating a Foundation for Trusting AI Models

December 6, 2017

What is my AI model doing? That question is critically important to companies today — especially in heavily regulated industries. Banks need to clearly tell their customers and regulators why they blocked someone’s request for more credit or why a certain transaction triggered a fraud warning. But finding out the answer isn’t always immediately obvious.… Read More »

Cryptocurrency skepticism: Is blockchain the Netscape of 2017?

November 7, 2017

What if one day, people reminisce over bitcoin the way we now think of early internet browsers like Netscape? Joi Ito, director of MIT’s Media Lab and general session speaker at this year’s PARTNERS conference in Anaheim, California, opened the event discussing his healthy skepticism of the latest tech trend and harkened for a time… Read More »