It became clear that ethical misconduct of AI systems and social robots are becoming a global issue. The ethical scandals of AI systems will not be limited to organizations, but also permeate public life. It is made abundantly clear by recent scandals involving politicians in the social media U.S. The use of Artificial Intelligence system for political misuse or misconducts must be under control. Harassment risks, political voter manipulation, favoritism and discrimination are the key areas of ethical AI systems.Read More
The most common misconception about AI safety. There’s this meme out there to make people who care about artificial intelligence safety look crazy. It goes like this. If AI ever starts doing something that might destroy humanity, we’ll just shut it off.Read More
Often, AI researchers and engineers think of themselves as neutral and “objective”, operating in a framework of strict formalization. Fairness and absence of bias, however, are social constructs; there is no objectivity, no LaTeX-typesettable remedies, no algorithmic way out. AI models are…Read More
Google is returning to using humans for YouTube moderation after repeated errors with its AI system. Moderating a large network like YouTube is no easy task. Aside from the sheer volume of content uploaded every day, moderators are subjected to the worst of humanity and often end up requiring therapy. They’re the unsung heroes. AI… Read more »
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Deloitte’s State of AI in the Enterprise report highlights ethical and regulatory risks in artificial intelligence adoption.
As artificial intelligence has become more and more pervasive throughout the world, enterprise tech leaders have moved beyond…
Humanitarian engineering programs bring together engineers, policy makers, non-profit organisations, and local communities to leverage technology for the greater good of humanity. The intersection of technology, community, and sustainability offers a plethora of opportunities to innovate.Read More
Because of the pandemic, many businesses have accelerated the shift to a digital-first way of working. Perhaps not surprisingly, the pros and cons of remote working was a recurrent topic throughout the conversation.Read More
The fervor around state-of-the-art AI language models like OpenAI’s GPT-3 hasn’t died down. If anything, it’s gaining steam. Melanie Mitchell, a professor of computer science at Portland State University, found evidence that GPT-3 can make primitive analogies.Read More
Google has released a toolkit which it hopes will bring some transparency to AI models. Read more »Read More
A toolset designed to facilitate AI model transparency reporting for developers, regulators, and downstream users.Read More
Elon Musk has made another of his trademark predictions – this time, it’s that AI will be superior to humans within five years.Read More
The group discussed the need for higher accountability from tech companies, inclusion of multiple stakeholders and domain experts in AI decision making, practical ways to adjust AI project workflows, and representation at all stages of AI development and at all levels — especially where the power brokers meet.Read More
Researchers propose framework to measure AI’s social and environmental impact. A newly published paper by researchers at the Montreal AI Ethics Institute, McGill University, Carnegie Mellon, and Microsoft.Read More