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Connect the Dots: Issue #2 - Looking forward and backwards

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Welcome to the weekend edition of Connect the Dots. Check out cutting-edge stuff I’m reading, watchin
 

Connect the Dots

August 30 · Issue #2 · View online
Top articles and news in emerging tech and healthcare. Topics and tips for innovators. The right stuff for outperformers who think and drive change.

Welcome to the weekend edition of Connect the Dots. Check out cutting-edge stuff I’m reading, watching and listening to as CEO of Spiritus.
I’ll also share professional tips and top research for change agents moving at the “speed of relevance”.
Let’s get started with the most interesting articles, research and podcasts I’ve come across:

Open data
Looking at Everything in Context
Health Canada’s Action Plan on Medical Devices
AI and machine learning
In fast-moving fields like AI, sometimes it helps to step back and understand history to make sense of what’s happening today. This just-released interview by MIT’s Lex Fridman with author Pamela McCorduck on his Artificial Intelligence podcast fits the bill. For those who aren’t familiar with Lex or Pamela, their amazing one-hour conversation just might make you a huge fan of both.
I’m also sharing a gateway article to the FDA’s proposed regulatory framework for AI and machine learning. The agency proposes to finalize its guidance in late 2019/early 2020.
Pamela McCorduck: Machines Who Think and the Early Days of AI
FDA Urged to Modify Its AL/ML Regulatory Framework for Potential Bias and Cybersecurity Risks
Change agent's corner
Fielding Tomorrow's Air Force Faster, Smarter
The Surprising Habits of Original Thinkers | Adam Grant
Have a great weekend.
Susan
@susan_ramonat
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