Tag: AI ethics

What an error by Literary Digest in 1936 teaches us about...

by Dr Clement Chastagnol, Sidetrade 24 January 2020 On 3 November 1936, Franklin D. Roosevelt...

AI ethics: Address the accountability gap or risk another AI winter

This is the second installment in a series on AI ethics. You can find the first part here by...

AI ethics: If data is the new oil, who owns the...

This is the first installment of a series on AI ethics by Mark Beccue, Tractica 16 January 2020

AI 2020: The rise of transformation-as-a-service

6 December 2019 The last two years have seen companies move their AI projects from the Proof of Concept...

Google’s AI Ethics Board Closes After One Week

MOUNTAIN VIEW - Less than one week since its launch, Google's new AI ethics board has been cancelled - with the firm...

Fei-Fei Li, Bill Gates Unveil New Stanford AI Institute

PALO ALTO - Stanford University is opening a new multidisciplinary institute geared towards AI for good, following an official launch hosted by...

Overwhelming Majority of Americans Believe AI Needs Regulation

NEW YORK - A significant majority of Americans surveyed believe that robots and AI are in need of careful regulation, a new study from...

New Approaches To Mitigating Bias In Artificial Intelligence

by Jeff Foley The specter of bias in Artificial Intelligence is appearing more and more often.  Whether they’re automatically completing emails, recognizing faces, or assessing...

Three Key Takeaways From The AI Summit New York

by Ciaran Daly NEW YORK - The ethical and effective implementation of AI is the key technology priority for global business and enterprise, as the...

How Do We Instil Trust In AI?

by Ben Taylor LONDON - As AI filters into so many of society’s functions, from financial consulting to legal advice to healthcare plans, it seems...

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