AI Simplified: Trusting Your AI
Colin Priest, Senior Director of Product Marketing, answers a very important question in our next installment of the AI Simplified video series: How can you trust an AI?
When choosing an AI, you want to trust that it can make the right decisions to solve your business problems. Colin’s approach to this is by treating the AI just as you would a human, by giving it a job interview.
Watch Colin’s video to find out exactly which questions you should ask to determine whether an AI should get the job:
To learn more about the similarities between AI and humans, read Colin’s blog Nine Ways that Managing AI is like Managing a Human, and Two Ways it’s Different.
Want to more AI Simplified? Check out the series.
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