This Saturday, July 20th, is the 50th anniversary of one of humanity’s greatest technological achievements: landing people on the Moon, and subsequently returning them safely to Earth.
A lot can change in a year. And sometimes, nothing does. In March 2018, just before our annual Congressional fly-in, IBM published a point of view about the impact that harmful online content could have in our society.
Today the independent EU High Level Expert Group on AI (HLEG) issued policy and investment recommendations for trustworthy AI.
Today, IBM submitted comments to the United States Department of Commerce’s National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) regarding the development of standards and tools to build and advance trusted Artificial Intelligence (AI) systems and applications.
We are entering the second year of the European General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) which entered into force on May 25, 2018. GDPR shone a spotlight on data protection like nothing else before it. It has pushed data privacy and responsibility to front of mind for political decision makers and companies.
BRUSSELS, BELGIUM – IBM today issued the following statement welcoming the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development’s (OECD) release of new Principles on Artificial Intelligence: “The OECD’s Principles on AI provide sound policy guidance for governments and stakeholders around the world that are working to advance responsible, human-centred AI. IBM is proud to have contributed […]
Artificial intelligence (AI) will transform our world. As a global leader in AI, IBM continues to push cognitive computing to the edge of possibility, from Watson agricultural insights informing planting season to incident reporting insights helping to fight human trafficking.
We are in the midst of a digital revolution that is having an unprecedented impact on our economy and society. Ensuring that our digitized society is inclusive and does not leave people behind is a priority for IBM.