Ethics and Diversity in AI

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Published on 13 Jun 2018, 14:59
Artificial intelligence is powering the fourth industrial revolution and has been called the "new electricity." The global economic impact of AI applications is expected to reach $2.95 trillion by 2025, and we’re already seeing AI being incorporated into areas and tools like medical diagnosis, personal assistants like Siri, self-driving cars, and online translators. However, as machines are getting closer to mirroring human-like abilities, they are also absorbing the deeply ingrained unconscious biases in our society, deepening the divide between over- and underrepresented groups in artificial intelligence.

How do we ensure AI is created ethically, equitably, and inclusively? How do we ensure that knowledge about AI is spread more evenly throughout a diversity of populations? Join the CEO of AI4ALL, an organization working to increase diversity and inclusion in AI, to talk about challenges, concrete solutions and ways to get involved.

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