Advocates say having computer programs decide how much help vulnerable people can get is often arbitrary – and in some cases downright cruel
Too much has been lost already. The glue that holds humanity’s knowledge together is coming undone.
The New York Times: Covid Proved the C.D.C. Is Broken. Can It Be Fixed?. https://www.nytimes.com/2021/06/16/magazine/cdc-covid-response.html
The Wall Street Journal: Amazon and Walmart Have an Rx for Healthcare. The Cure Won’t Be Easy.. https://www.wsj.com/articles/amazon-and-walmart-have-an-rx-for-healthcare-the-cure-wont-be-easy-11622194240?mod=flipboard
From Work-from-Home Facilitator to Fitness Commitment Counsellor and Algorithm Bias Auditor to Cyber Calamity Forecaster, the future of jobs is already upon us.
The New York Times: If You Plan to Visit Aging Parents, Bring a To-Do List. https://www.nytimes.com/2021/05/21/well/visit-aging-parents.html
Having some people work from home while their teammates are in the office runs counter to much of what makes organizations tick.
VentureBeat: It’s time to train professional AI risk managers. https://venturebeat.com/2021/05/06/its-time-to-train-professional-ai-risk-managers/
As talk of reform grows in D.C., the two sides are gearing up for an epic clash.
Epic Systems founder Judy Faulkner built an empire pioneering—and later dominating—electronic medical records. For decades, she’s kept them walled off from competitors, but now the pandemic is fueling a digital health care race that might finally topple her from the throne.
DataOps would allow various teams handling data to collaborate better with the team deploying data into applications.