Big firms fuzzy on their AI thinking

Everything you see these days is AI enabled in some way, or according to the marketing they must be. Software, fridges, cancer detection and lots of other examples are all based on some kind of AI implementation. Google, Microsoft and all the big players are heavily invested in at least the buzzword, but the proof of delivery as promised is elusive.

One notable example, just like those old cold fusion claims, concerns a number of expert level doctors now criticising Google, and others, to demonstrate some of the big claims in AI research and share the code and models so that others can replicate the work. The response to date has been a firm “no”.

The latest round started with a paper in Nature from the Google Brain team. It claimed that its artificial intelligence…

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