The necessity of trust to achieve long-term business success — especially as a foundation for decision-making based on artificial intelligence — has been highlighted in a new study that found three in five business leaders (63%) in nine countries, including Australia, say they would trust decisions made by AI if substantial reasoning for reaching those decisions is available.
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Commenting on the Oxford Economics report, Jeremy Mitchell, Director of Corporate Affairs at Huawei says the decision to ban Huawei[…]
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It would be nice if they also included party political influence on news and the refusal of FOI requests by[…]
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