NEW YORK – As the adoption of AI grows across businesses and industry, the real-world applications of this nascent technology are proliferating by the day. But while AI is already solving some of the world’s most difficult problems, its presence in the real world is generating fresh new challenges: from racial bias in machine vision datasets to unaccountable, ‘black box’ decisionmaking. Consequently, the ethics around AI is now at the front and center of any organisation’s efforts to implement these technologies.
Todd Lohr is the Intelligent Automation Practice Leader for KPMG LLP. In this keynote at The AI Summit New York, Todd outlines his vision for what he calls AI for good; exploring how technologists can approach the use of AI, putting forth a framework for the ethical use of AI, and how business leaders can use AI to further human civilisation for the better.
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