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How You Can Bridge The AI Skills Gap in 2018 [Long Read]

Key Takeaways Bridging the AI skills gap is not just about having the capability to attract top AI talent, but an agile, cross-organizational approach to AI that upskills different stakeholders…
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Bringing Accountability, Responsibility, and Transparency to AI

By Virginia Dignum As intelligent systems increasingly make decisions that directly affect society, perhaps the most important upcoming research direction in AI is to rethink the ethical and societal implications…
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UN World Food Programme: AI The Future Of Humanitarian Aid

By Robert Opp So far this year, thirteen storms have ravaged the Caribbean, leaving millions of people without access to food, water, and shelter. When disasters strike, access to accurate…
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UK House of Lords AI Committee Releases Massive Bank of Statements By Governments, Researchers, Journalists, and Industry Leaders

Today, the UK’s House of Lords AI Committee has publicly made available 200 items of written evidence and testimony surrounding AI by some of the world’s biggest brands, researchers, governments,…
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Google’s DeepMind Forms New AI Ethics Group – And In Doing So, Brings Social Issues To The Fore of AI Research

Yesterday, Google’s DeepMind announced in a blog post that they are founding DeepMind Ethics & Society (DMES), a new research unit dedicated to exploring and understanding the ‘real-world impacts’ of…
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Hacking The Capital Markets With AI To Save The Economy—And The Planet

For over eight decades, the Ford Foundation has sought to reduce poverty and injustice, strengthen democratic values, promote international cooperation, and advance human achievement.  Graham Macmillan serves as Senior Program…
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Facial Recognition AI Used To ‘Detect’ Sexual Preference – Researchers Face Human Rights Backlash

Last week, the Internet was ablaze with justifiable concern—and even outrage—regarding the implications of new research from Stanford University. The paper, entitled ‘Deep neural networks are more accurate than humans…
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Google Wants to ‘Humanize’ AI

Google’s new research initiative aims to prevent humans from becoming disadvantaged by machines and to make AI more effective, accessible and inclusive for everyone. The plan involves empowering engineers with…
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