New name for the daily news summary – The Principled Data News Review. It will probably change again… who knows. I thought it needed a vague title because I am starting to cover a broad range of topics.
It’s a pretty light news day, so I will make a comment on what I am working on.
Recently the Productivity Commission (Australia) published a report to the Government called “Data Availability and Use“. It goes some way to address the type of issues that are dealt with by the EU GDPR.
I haven’t read the final report as yet (it is over 600 pages long). However, before I do that I will read through the submissions to get an idea of what the key issues are from the stakeholder point of view. The output from this review will be a chart showing how the stakeholder issues map to the final report.
- 2017, July 17, The Conversation, “The blockchain could have better security than the banks“
- 2017, July 17, Ars Technica, “Pocket brains: Neuromorphic hardware arrives for our brain-inspired algorithms“
- 2017, July 16, The Guardian, “How can we stop algorithms telling lies?“
- 2017, July 16, SCMP, “Ping An to help spread adoption of artificial intelligence in China’s financial services industry“
- 2017, July 14, Knowledge@Wharton, “The Future of Artificial Intelligence: Why the Hype Has Outrun Reality“