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AI Is Rising, and Governments Are Starting to React

Recent regulations and bills are the early stages of a reaction to larger developments—each brought about by the increasing adoption of a grab bag of technologies commonly labelled ‘AI.’ Our CPO Andrew Burt and Legal Engineer Stuart Shirrell provide an overview of these trends at Law.com’s Legaltech News.

New York City Aims to Bring Accountability to Algorithms with New Bill

In December, New York City unanimously passed a bill to bring transparency into the way that the city’s government agencies use algorithms to drive decisions.  This is a topic we care deeply about. At the core of Immuta’s technology and our belief is the ability to quickly connect to and control data for advanced analytics....

Data Policies shouldn’t be Snowflakes

The first step to enabling algorithm-driven organizations starts by eliminating your data policy snowflakes. What’s a data policy snowflake you ask? In short, they’re the “from scratch” implementation of data policies in every database across your organization – uniquely. Just like snowflakes. Leaving no consistent way to manage, enforce, understand, and audit policies on data costing...

Gaining Control Over AI, Machine Learning

As artificial intelligence and machine learning technologies make their way into advanced data management platforms, the emphasis for developers and data scientists is broadening to include not just deployment but “control” of the data accessed by these automation tools. Along with the goal of completing often-tedious data science tasks in minutes and even, some claim,...

The Complexities of Governing Machine Learning

Today’s businesses run on data. It’s essential for any corporation to look for insights about their customers based on the data they collect. That collected information drives everything from business strategy to customer service. In order to retrieve insights from the massive amounts of data they collect, companies are turning to machine learning, and for...