Complexity, Part Two

There are a significant number of questions that exist around the systems we are deploying in the world. Many of them are urgent, and not all of them are being addressed all that well. Barring the obvious racism, sexism and other bias in the tools we are creating, complexity and understanding are, to be honest, amongst the most urgent.

On “Trustworthy” AI.

If anything is true, it’s that AI has become a hot topic in recent years. However, it’s almost as if the people who ‘make’ AI are rather worried that we won’t trust it. There is a great deal of chatter about making AI more trustworthy in some way, as if this will be a solutionContinue reading “On “Trustworthy” AI.”

An extract from Trust Systems, the book

An excerpt from my upcoming book, with a few paragraphs of explanation.
From the text: ” just in case you think it couldn’t happen here, wherever here is, consider: a good (financial) credit score gets you a long way. Moreover, see those reputation scores you’re building on all those nice sites you use? Who controls them? Who decides what is ‘good’?”