Opening the black box of AI

 Opening the black box of AI

FEAR and distrust are often initial reactions to new technology like artificial intelligence (AI), since the less we know about something, the more mysterious and dangerous it seems.

However, the best way to ensure that society does not lose control of such technology is to learn as much about it as possible, so that we can harness its capabilities for good, says Ayesha Khanna, CEO and co-founder of AI advisory rm ADDO AI.

AI Is Disrupting Financial Services And One Country Is Already Leading The Race

AI Is Disrupting Financial Services And One Country Is Already Leading The Race

Artificial intelligence (AI) is removing industrial and geographical boundaries for financial services organisations, according to AI expert, Dr Ayesha Khanna.

Singapore saw the change coming and early investments in the technology and people to support it mean the country will likely be the global leader when AI is “everywhere” in 10 years, according to Khanna, co-founder and CEO of ADDO AI.

"There are many myths"

"There are many myths"

From Pakistan via Harvard to Wall Street: How Ayesha Khanna became co-founder of a leading AI company that advises on transport issues and FinTech Ayesha Khanna is one of the big names in artificial intelligence. Her "ADDO AI" company, which she co-founded with others in 2017, has been ranked by Forbes magazine among the top four in Asia.

Dr Ayesha Khanna: smart cities and human-centricity

Dr Ayesha Khanna: smart cities and human-centricity

When I attended the Fujitsu World Tour in Stockholm earlier this week, my eyes were opened to an array of new and developing innovations as well as their countless applications. I particularly enjoyed Dr Ayesha Khanna’s presentation on the impact of intelligent technology. Dr Khanna who is Co-founder and CEO of ADDO AI, Singapore, focused on smart cities and how human-centricity is key to their success.