Dirty Data Poses Problems for AI's Development

Buy-side CTO warns of fake data and biases, while stressing the need for compliance surveillance, in the world of AI technology.

Artificial intelligence

The well-known computing concept of “garbage in, garbage out” is applicable to the programming and operation of artificial intelligence (AI) technology, in that if you input bad and unstructured data into these technologies, you can expect a poor result.

During a panel discussion at the Buy-Side Technology European Summit in London on May 16, Chris Donnan, chief technology officer of Tyler Capital, emphasized that point and said one of the major concerns surrounding the use of AI was not the

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