Low-code and no-code AI tools pose new risks

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This is the promise made by enterprise AI company C3 AI in splashy web ads for its Ex Machina software. Its competitor Dataiku says its own low-code and no-code software "elevates" business experts to use AI. DataRobot calls customers using its no-code software to make AI-based apps "AI heroes." They're among a growing group of tech companies declaring that the days of elitist AI are over. They say with software that requires little to no coding at all, even the lowly marketing associate -- now the "citizen data scientist" -- has the power to create and use data-fueled machine-learning algorithms.

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