The Future of AI Part 3 – Bias Amplification & Algorithmic Determinism in AI

At Methods we use digital transformation and the latest cutting-edge technologies to have a real and positive social impact.

AI in Talent Acquisition: A squeaky clean solution or a slippery slope?

Having recently run an internal training session on unconscious bias, I took time to ponder the future implications of AI in Talent Acquisition with…

METHODS IS PROUD TO SPONSOR WEST MIDLANDS WOMEN IN TECH

3rd October 2019 at I-CENTRUM Innovation Birmingham The WEST MIDLANDS WOMEN IN TECH AWARDS: Celebrate the outstanding contribution made by women in…

Service Design in Government 2019

This year we had the pleasure to attend the Service Design in Government conference in Edinburgh. It was three full-on days of talks, debates,…

The Future of Artificial Intelligence Part 2 – Quantum Deep Learning

Welcome to the second article in a series of technical articles where I aim to explore the latest research and developments from the cutting-edge…

“Driverless cars? Yes please! But only if I can pay with my Oyster card…”

Recently the UK Government announced that driverless cars could be on British roads by the end of this year. That’s a fairly incredible announcement.…

The Future of Artificial Intelligence Part 1 – Probabilistic Programming Languages

In his article, ‘The Future of Artificial Intelligence - Probabilistic Programming Languages’ Jillur Quddus Technical Architect at Methods explains,…

It’s ok to experiment with emerging technology to unlock innovation and improved ways of working.

At Methods, we are currently seeing growing pressure for organisations to ‘do things differently’ by making use of these new technologies.

ALAN MORGANS – Methods’ New Director of Development

I've spent the last 4 years leading delivery of some of the most significant Government digital transformation programmes, most recently as Delivery…

Dazzled By the Women In IT

This week on Wednesday evening I was lucky enough to attend the Women in IT Awards. Over 1,200 business and technology leaders attended what is being…