Month: March 2021

The Naive Bayes Classifier

The new generation of people would probably never have to experience the stress of parsing through tons of emails, only to realise they are full of spam. Now, when you log into your email it’s highly likely that your email providers have implemented a form of filtering that automatically places all the spam emails into a separate spam folder. This phenomena is known as spam filtering, but there are other features, some being more subtle to the untrained eye such as text classification which involves assigning categories to unstructured text, or analysing the sentiment of messages from twitter.    Many… Read More

AI Compliance: Can AI Change/Transform Compliance?

AI Compliance: Can AI Change/Transform Compliance? Photo by @loicleray on Unsplash   All industries have some form of regulatory body governing them. Within these industries are entities of which each have their own regulations that are enforced by the regulatory agencies to ensure fair competition, the economic system remains stable, and to also protect the interest of common people like yourself and I. Therefore, it is the responsibility of the regulatory agencies to set the seal on:  A balanced economic growth Trust in the Economic system  Fair competition People are not exploited    We’ve been experiencing a technological revolution. The… Read More

The Confusion Matrix

The Confusion Matrix Photo by @honeyyanibel on Unsplash   Artificial Intelligence (AI) has been framed as the solution to some of mankind’s most complex problems on earth. From recommendation engines, to digital assistance, to self-driving cars, etc., it’s to adopt the misconception that AI systems are blameless which in reality is very far from the truth.    When a company decides to adopt AI into their workflow, more often than not, it is an action taken in hopes of driving business value. However, knowledge that AI algorithms are not void of errors is one of the first steps towards generating… Read More