Posts Tagged ‘Artificial Intelligence’

Two pillars to govern ethical AI
Two pillars to govern ethical AI

Two pillars to govern ethical AI

Article 4 of the Series on Ethics in Artificial Intelligence In the previous articles, I talked about the nature of human fears related to AI and discussed the potential impact of AI on the society. In this article I’m presenting a point of view on the approaches to AI regulation. They have been previously shared […]

Startup journey: acceleration

Startup journey: acceleration

December 2015… One year after “the idea” popped in. PocketConfidant is still not incorporated, has no technical team, no funding, some client interest and a prototype with the minimum possible functionality; however, PocketConfidant is making its first official trip to California. From Nice, to Paris, to Los Angeles, to San Francisco, and the Bay Area, […]

How the era of artificial intelligence will transform society?

How the era of artificial intelligence will transform society?

Article 3 of the Series on Ethics in Artificial Intelligence In the previous article, we talked about the nature of human fears in relation to artificial intelligence (AI). We also outlined two important themes to address in the upcoming challenges of the AI era: the societal, and decision-making aspects of AI systems. In our new […]

AI Forum: Skills, Coaching, Learning

AI Forum: Skills, Coaching, Learning

In 2017, PocketConfidant AI published two articles; the first to define coaching and the second to explain how a robot could be a coach. A few months later, Team PocketConfidant responded to APECS, the Association for Professional Executive Coaching & Supervision with an article on AI and Coaching. Energized by a passionate and committed team […]

CES 2018: Observations & Upcoming Trends

CES 2018: Observations & Upcoming Trends

New technologies are more and more evolving towards coaching the human being. A person provides data to a machine to empower himself or herself and we are all hungry for data about ourselves; in the end what technologies haven’t done yet is to provide the personalized follow-up programs that people can use in their daily […]

Coaching And Critical Thinking: The Links

Coaching And Critical Thinking: The Links

An article written with Dr Roy van den Brink-Budgen, Director at if…then ltd. This article is about Critical Thinking and Coaching. As PocketConfidant AI strives to build a technology to help individuals and organizations develop self-reflective skills, it seemed important for us to look at existing research and hear from a subject-matter expert to identify […]

Tech startup, Innovation And Team Diversity, Our Journey

Tech startup, Innovation And Team Diversity, Our Journey

Our ability to reach unity in diversity will be the beauty and the test of our civilization. Mahatma Gandhi Diversity is at the very core of life on the planet. Look around you, how many species of trees do you see, how many different plants, animals, languages, cultures, music, cars, buildings, restaurants, clothes and… PEOPLE? […]

11 Competencies For Building Resilience In A Digital World: Part 4

11 Competencies For Building Resilience In A Digital World: Part 4

(Fourth and last part of a four-week series on the subject of resilience) Resilience is a frequently discussed in the fields of Education, Psychology, Personal Development, Health and Business today. Earlier we introduced this important concept to our readers and shared our thoughts on how it could be brought to millions of people around the […]

11 Competencies For Building Resilience In A Digital World: Part 3

11 Competencies For Building Resilience In A Digital World: Part 3

(Third part of a four-week series on the subject of resilience) Resilience is a frequently discussed in the fields of Education, Psychology, Personal Development, Health and Business today. Earlier we introduced this important concept to our readers and shared our thoughts on how it could be brought to millions of people around the world. Personal […]