Recently on the 16th of September 2018, Dr. Cindy Gordon was invited to be a speaker at the International IEEE Women in Engineering conference in Toronto, Canada, to discuss diversity and inclusiveness and the imperative to drive better performance. The number one issue she discussed at this international forum that is facing the technology industry is not enough women are in our Tech Sector, and we are not keeping them in our tech sector. Following is a blog written by her on the issue at hand.
Dr. Cindy Gordon, CEO of SalesChoice talks to Versature about her experiences over the years working with high-performance sales organizations and about how she’s been able to consistently pivot and adapt to new challenges and advances in technology to always remain a top contender in the competitive world of business to business sales.
This thread aims to consider a framework to allow policymakers to qualify and rate AI solutions across relevant parameters. While discussing in another thread, it occurred that while it is important to discuss what AI can or cannot do, we should also think of standards that govern our currently available day-to-day AI solutions and how to make them easily understandable to the public. It would allow effective, responsible and careful adoption of current AI solutions by users, and will require an official certification or rating, just the way movies today are rated R, PG etc. or a food product is rated on its level of spice.
After your Saturday morning coffee and a pancake breakfast with the kids, perhaps you pick up a list of chores. Perhaps you stare at these tasks, each of them daunting in its own way, and pin the list back under the magnet on the fridge as you turn to the coffee maker for another cup.
But what if you had AI to help you know which tasks really needed to be crossed off that list? What if they were ranked by letter grades from A to F, each grade representing the balance of work required to finish the task versus the benefits of getting it done? Suddenly that endless list wouldn’t look so daunting and you’d know where to get started right away.
Why should we Canadians care about the global race to dominate AI (Artificial Intelligence)? Almost every major developed country is actively pursuing their AI strategy. Is Canada’s AI strategy good enough? Should we add AI to our standard high school curriculum? These are critical questions that will determine Canada’s future.
As a vanguard company on the forefront of harnessing the power of Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning, SalesChoice and its founder Dr. Cindy Gordon, are committed to Transparent and Ethical AI. In her recent op-ed for the CATAAlliance, Dr. Gordon discusses the UK’s forward-thinking by proposing five guiding principles for implementing AI and the importance to preserve a fair playing ground.
March 27, 2018 | Toronto, ON – Accelerated interest in Artificial Intelligence (AI) means that individuals and businesses will need to understand the ethics, risks and impacts of what is being unleashed. SalesChoice and EY have come to together to discuss the hidden risks of AI and its impact on stakeholders in a new video series, “Managing the Risks of AI.” The series is led by Dr. Cindy Gordon, CEO of SalesChoice, and Cathy Cobey, Technology Risk Partner at EY Canada.