Why: AI Data Audit
Assess whether the data being used is actually pertinent to the objectives of the AI system. Irrelevant or outdated data leads to misguiding outcomes. The data audit ensures that the data aligns well with the problems that the AI system is designed to solve, optimizing for efficiency and effectiveness.
Test the integrity and accuracy of the data used in the AI systems. Poor data quality leads to incorrect predictions or insights undermining the system's reliability and effectiveness. This involves checking for issues like missing values, anomalies, and irrelevant columns that could adversely affect AI training and performance.
Examine the policies, procedures, and organizational structure that oversee data management. Governance helps ensure that data is ethically sourced and managed, and that there's accountability and transparency in how the data is used. Proper governance ensures that the AI system is built on a strong ethical foundation.
Testimonials: What Our Clients Are Saying
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We’ve done development in the past..the SolutionMap is a higher level way of defining a comprehensive approach to getting the success that you want.
It was not just about software…it was all about what is this going to do in your company, how are the people in your organization with your partners and with your other stakeholders going to interact with this piece of software and what are their expectations of it…it also helped us on the backside thinking about our business processes…it was really illuminating to me.
From the design through to the development detail, they listened, understood, and carefully tested before release, often pushing our initial ideas to a better outcome.