Tag - European Union

GDPR after 2 months – What does it mean for Machine Learning?

Almost 2 months on from the GDPR introduction, how was machine learning affected? What does the future hold? By Dan Clark, KDnuggets. comments GDPR (The General Data Protection Regulation) is a very significant EU law that offers major new data and p...

How GDPR Affects Data Science

Coming European GDPR directive affects data science practice mainly in 3 areas: limits on data processing and consumer profiling, a “right to an explanation” for automated decision-making, and accountability for bias and discrimination in automated d...

How Machine Learning Can Help Reduce Foreign Exchange Risk

Within the next 12 months, a third of businesses plan to use artificial intelligence (AI) to expand their operations. In the world of big data, AI is more important than anywhere. The ability of machines to continuously monitor constantly changing da...

How Not to Regulate the Data Economy

The GDPR will affect not just tech companies but any company that handles customer data — in other words, every company. And it will affect the use of data throughout the world, not just in Europe... comments By Pedro Domingos, U. Washington. On May...

RTutor: CO2 Trading and Risk of Firm Relocation

Many economists would agree that the most efficient way to fight global warming would be a world-wide tax or an emmission trading system for greenhouse gases. Yet, if only a part of the world implements such a scheme, a reasonable concern is that fir...

Simon Greenman

Who Is Going To Make Money In AI? Part I We are in the midst of a gold rush in AI. But who will reap the economic benefits? The mass of startups who are all gold panning? The corporates who have massive gold mining operations? The technology giants w...