The Computing AI & Machine Learning Awards recognise the best companies, individuals, and projects in the AI space today. The awards cover every corner of the industry: security, ethics, data analysis, innovation and more. They also showcase the movers and shakers. “The technology heroes and projects that deserve industry-wide praise”!
From data entry to chatbots, artificial intelligence has applications in every industry, sector, and role. Even the most basic implementations can free a workforce from time-consuming manual tasks, with more recent developments providing real insight into customer data.
Artificial Intelligence as a concept has existed for decades, but only in recent years have businesses begun large-scale adoption. AI technologies have the potential to reshape the world that we live in and change the way that we work.
This is a combination of Conversational AI and Explainable AI described by Computing as follows:
The consumer world is rapidly adopting speech-based AI – but these systems, which can engage with users like a human to capture context and accomplish tasks, also offer a step-change in how we utilise enterprise IT. They can accomplish data entry, but also book meetings, answer questions, manipulate data and much more. Our judges want to know where you implemented conversational AI in your business, why you chose to do so and what quantitative effect it has had, as well as the challenges you overcame along the way.
With the rise of legislation like the General Data Protection Regulation, AI can no longer be a simple black box; companies must be able to provide the reasoning behind AI decision-making. This award will go to the company that has made the most progress in adding transparency to their AI processes.
Using PredictiveHire, people apply for jobs by texting their answers in response to specific questions that are then analysed by AI for personality and work attributes. Given that it is AI facilitating the interviews, it means that every applicant can be interviewed. This makes it much fairer for all candidates and much quicker for recruiters and operational leaders.
The award will be presented on Tuesday 22nd October in London.
Judges include Christina Scott, Chief Technology Officer of News UK, David Ivell CIO of Enginuity and Natalia Konstantinova, Architecture Lead in AI for BP.
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