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What is Data Transparency

Confluence of AI, Machine, and Deep Learning in Cyber Forensics
Here data transparency refers to the control flow of the data in the machine learning algorithm.
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Challenges of Developing AI Applications in the Evolving Digital World and Recommendations to Mitigate Such Challenges: A Conceptual View
Srinivasan Vaidyanathan (Cognizant, India), Madhumitha Sivakumar (Sri Sivasubramaniya Nadar College of Engineering, India), and Baskaran Kaliamourthy (Atto Technology Solutions LLC, Dallas, USA)
Copyright: © 2021 |Pages: 22
DOI: 10.4018/978-1-7998-4900-1.ch011
Abstract
These intelligence in the systems are not organic but programmed. In spite of being extensively used, they suffer from setbacks that are to be addressed to expand their usage and a sense of trust in humans. This chapter focuses on the different hurdles faced during the course of adopting the technology namely data privacy, data scarcity, bias, unexplainable Blackbox nature of AI, etc. Techniques like adversarial forgetting, federated learning approach are providing promising results to address various issues like bias, data privacy are being researched widely to check their competency to mitigate these problems. Hardware advancements and the need for enhancing the skillset in the artificial intelligence domain are also elucidated. Recommendations to resolve each major challenge faced are also addressed in this chapter to give an idea about the areas that need improvement.
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Blockchain Technology in Securitization in India
The ability to easily access and work with data no matter where they are located or what application created them.
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Adoption of Blockchain to Support the National Health Insurance Implementation in South Africa: An Integrative Review
All transactions/processes need to be clearly visible within a healthcare system so that in the event of malpractice, all actions can be traced back to the source and held accountable thereof. Data transparency refers to having the ability to access all the transactions and/or processes that are conducted across the network to ensure proper management of the healthcare system.
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