AI at the House of Lords – round up

A round up of content presented at the London Tech Week fringe event at the House of Lords, organised by the IoD ERP/Digital special interest group.

Anekanta Consulting founder at LTW fringe event

Anekanta Consulting founder to share expertise at this London Tech Week fringe event. Lord Clement Jones headlines the event and will be providing a "state of the nation" address on the subject of AI, UK and International regulation.

Bias in AI decisions? Fix the humans first.

The degree of bias is dependent on a huge number of factors which affect a human’s perspective of an issue. Too many to mention here but to focus on just one cognitive bias, confirmation bias is frequently featured in leadership development as the single greatest hindrance to good decision making.

AI, Automated Facial Recognition and Standards

Anekanta Consulting's founder presented AI and Facial Recognition (AFR) Ethical Guidance at the Security Buyer Live event. Find out what is happening in the world of standards and regulation and hear a useful non-technical "AI learner's" overview of AI.

Anekanta’s Founder a Key UK AI Influencer

The Anekanta Consulting team is delighted to see its founder recognised alongside the UK's key AI influencers in the Artificial Intelligence Industry in the UK Landscape Overview 2021: Companies, Investors, Influencers and Trends.

Digital Catapult – Machine Intelligence Garage

We are delighted to announce that our founder Pauline Norstrom has been appointed to the Digital Catapult Machine Intelligence Garage ethics advisory board, alongside her portfolio of AI advisory roles and founder of our growing team here at Anekanta Consulting.

AI powering up leadership and innovation

Anekanta Consulting was invited to bring leadership and innovation insights to a lively round table debate at one of the UK's newest and exiting Universities, the University of Cumbria.

Biometrics technology see the latest on Security On Screen

Anekanta Consulting's founder was invited to share her views on the regulation of this rapidly evolving area of AI based identity technology with leading provider of online security news Security On Screen.

National Security : Regulation of AI-driven live facial recognition

This was an educational and insightful evidence session led by its Chair Lord Clement Jones; and where many perspectives were considered; including police use of the technology, commercial examples such as access control and ID verification in banking, and the confusing patchwork framework of legislation in the UK.

Planning your High Risk AI Strategy?

Here we examine the implications of the proposed EU Artificial Intelligence Act and outline some of the steps which should be considered by innovators now in anticipation of the proposal being enshrined into EU Legislation within the next 18-24 months (2022/3).