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Issue 01/2020

Standards for AI governance help facilitate client trust in organizations

Innovative technologies are increasingly being used to improve systems and services. Robots and people work together in factories and offices, while automated systems are used in cars and planes to ensure safe, efficient journeys

As more businesses incorporate AI technologies to improve their services and products, more questions are being raised. For example, do clients trust and understand how these technologies are being used? What is the role of humans in the organization and can they control the AI technologies deployed? What about societal concerns around big data analysis which could be used in other unfair ways? Should there be an ethical framework for AI?

2019
Issue 03/2019

How secure is your data self?

In our digitalized world, we need to understand, control and ensure data security

In 2019, a day of data includes 500 million tweets, 294 billion emails, four terabytes produced by a connected car, 65 billion messages sent over WhatsApp and two billion minutes of voice and video calls made, five billion searches and 95 million photos and videos shared on Instagram, according to research by Raconteur data journalism specialists. By 2020 it is expected that wearable devices will produce 28 petabytes (1000⁵ bytes) of data.