Having worked on the staff of VentureBeat, I’ve seen a lot of different people. And I’ve learned a lot about the job, myself, and the industry. So I wanted to share my experience. I hope it’s helpful to you!
Special interest in artificial intelligence
Developing AI products can be a great way to increase your company’s revenue. However, there are also a lot of ethical considerations that should be taken into account. Companies should establish an internal review board to assess the ethical issues in their AI-related decisions.
Companies should also have a formal code of ethics that is posted on the company website. This code should include a description of how ethical decisions are made by company leaders. It should also describe procedures used to develop AI products.
Another way to handle ethical issues is to set up an internal review board that can evaluate product lines. These boards should include a variety of representatives from the company. They should evaluate product lines and help make AI-related decisions.
Using AI and machine learning is crucial for cybersecurity. The technology has the ability to improve fraud detection, as well as ad targeting. It also can help improve customer service. It can also help companies uncover hidden insights from troves of data Introducing Kyle Wiggers, one of the writers on VentureBeat. We’ll tell you a little about his career and his interest in artificial intelligence..
Whether you are an investor, entrepreneur, or consumer, you have likely come across the phrase “Artificial Intelligence”. You’ve likely heard about Facebook, Google, and Microsoft’s AI technologies, but have you heard about the companies that are taking AI and making it more accessible? Exodigo, a Silicon Valley startup, is one of the companies using AI to improve underground mapping. The company is raising a $29M seed co-led by Zeev Ventures and 10D Ventures. The startup uses AI and sensors to map subterranean areas. Founded in 2013, Exodigo has raised over $28M to date. The company plans to use this money to expand its team and invest in AI and sensors.
Whether you’re interested in artificial intelligence or tech news, VentureBeat reporter Kyle Wiggers has got you covered. He’s written for a variety of gadget blogs and publications, and has a special interest in AI. He’s currently living in Brooklyn, New York with his partner. In his spare time, he dabbles in the piano. His articles have appeared in Digital Trends, TechCrunch, and VentureBeat.
The number of sectors being shaped by artificial intelligence is increasing worldwide. That means new skills are needed for employers. But only about one in four of employers are confident they can identify future skills needed. Dua is a workforce tech solutions expert who worked on a project to identify future-forward skills for clients at PwC US. He’s also a reporter at TechCrunch. And now, he’s getting the chance to bring together two AI powerhouses – VentureBeat and Data Natives. This half-day content program will take place at VentureBeat Transform 2021.