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December 5, 2023 — In addition to this week's NewsBreaks article and the monthly NewsLink Spotlight, Information Today, Inc. (ITI) offers Weekly News Digests that feature recent product news and company announcements. Watch for additional coverage to appear in the next print issue of Information Today.

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Thomson Reuters Exec Makes AI Predictions for 2024

Thomson Reuters offers the following piece about artificial intelligence:

Due to the ever-shifting landscape of Generative AI, leaders across industries must take stock of AI ethics and provenance. More specifically—once the hype has settled down—companies will need to examine their approach to the technology.

Carter Cousineau, VP of data and model governance at Thomson Reuters, affirms that while speed of AI adoption is important, this should not be at the cost of responsible design, development, and deployment. With an intimate understanding [about] keeping AI ethics and transparency in check, Carter has shared several predictions for organizations/leaders to note as we head into 2024:

  • The dust will settle—The AI hype will begin to settle, but that doesn’t mean that companies can take a back seat. Rather, it will become necessary for organizations to really examine their approach to AI.
  • Knowing your AI supply chain will be critical—We can expect to see growing focus on AI supply chain transparency in 2024 as companies look to ensure they have sufficient safeguards in place to protect against bias and ensure transparency.
  • Organizational governance will increase—Vendors will need to be crisp on the value they’re bringing as companies ask more probing questions and lay down more governance. As focus grows, we could see ethical AI procurement become part of ESG [environmental, social, and governance] reporting.

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