Safe and Ethical Artificial Intelligence

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participation

Balancing community interests and goals with personal ones is always challenging. How are people in your organization practicing honesty and humility?

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conversation with AI

AI systems clearly still lack a deeper understanding of the meaning of words, the political views they represent, the emotions conveyed and the potential impact of words.

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coders

One reason for the Hippocratic oath’s fame is how personal medical treatment can be, with people’s lives hanging in the balance. Technology is, in many ways, similarly personal.

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corporate greed

A new report from the Institute for Policy Studies analyzing worker and chief executive pay at the top government contractors and subsidy recipients found that the majority of CEOs at these firms rake in more than 100 times the median pay of their full-time employees.

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speed

More people are sharing more knowledge, at faster speeds and lower costs, than ever before. If speed has already begotten speed, then, it seems the most likely scenario is even more growth and acceleration going forward.

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black box AI

We are increasingly relying on artificial intelligence for important decisions but we don’t know how those decisions are being made. We urgently need Explainable AI (XAI)