The SAS chief technical officer Bryan Harris is on a personal mission. He wants humans at the centre of the innovation process, and he wants ethics in data. AI applied to healthcare and surgery may need to know someone’s gender and ethnicity, but AI applied to home loans should not use that as a factor at all. Harris is making clear irresponsible AI is right in his crosshairs.
Data analytics platform provider SAS announced its first-class cloud support has expanded from Microsoft Azure to include AWS, Google Cloud Platform, and soon IBM Red Hat OpenShift. The company has also released an AI-powered conversational chatbot.
Bryan Harris is the chief technology officer for data analytics software provider SAS. His vision focuses on three things which, due to SAS’ prominence, will undoubtedly shape how we do data analytics and data science. However, his journey to this point was unconventional and all started from an interest in music.
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