Nothing’s perfect. Not even AI. That’s where Yaron Singer comes in.
Singer is co-founder and CEO of Robust Intelligence, a company started 2019 out of research he was doing as the Gordon McKay Professor of Computer Science and Applied Mathematics at Harvard University.
The startup has developed a sort of AI firewall that wraps around a company’s AI models. It protects AI from making mistakes by constantly stress-testing these models.
If you’re not familiar with AI, stress walls and are wondering how an AI firewall can be a thing, don’t stress. AI Podcast host Noah Kravitz has asked Singer all about it.
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