Calling all AI startups - come pitch at Inspired AI Cybershark

Posted by World Summit AI on Sep 24, 2020 4:34:35 PM

Are you a budding entrepreneur in the tech space? Or, a tech startup in growth phase – seed stage or received less than 2m in funding?

Then join us at the Inspired AI series Episode VIII: Start Ups, Scale Ups, Unicorns on Thursday 19th November (15:00 – 16:30 CET) and pitch at Inspired AI cybershark and win a one year marketing support package worth 10,000.00 EUROS to blitzscale your startup in 2021!

Five early stage AI startups will be short-listed for our showcase and get 5 minutes to pitch their business idea to five investors.

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Topics: AI ethics

New Netflix documentary 'The Social Dilemma' - what do our experts think?

Posted by Keran Boyd on Sep 22, 2020 8:44:31 AM

Several news sources have cited the new Netflix documentary The Social Dilemma as the "most important documentary of our times" (The Independent). Released just over a week ago, the documentary has caused waves in a number of different circles, ranging from scrutiny of the surveillance capitalism to which we are all seemingly indifferent (The Guardian) to whether the documentary really addresses some of the biggest issues in big tech (Slate). 

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Topics: AI ethics, Ethics

Episode I of Inspired AI is now free to attend, here's why...

Posted by Keran Boyd on Sep 15, 2020 8:45:33 AM

Sometimes as a brand, you have to put your money where your mouth is and even though at times this can be tough, in this year, in these times standing by your values is more important than ever. 

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Ethics of AI: A Data Scientist's Perspective

Posted by QuantumBlack on Apr 13, 2020 12:17:34 PM

From the news we consume to our suggested Netflix content, algorithms are becoming increasingly influential on our day-to-day existence. But as more sectors recognise the economic potential of machines at large-scale application, the impact of technology is becoming far greater.

Today, machine learning models are frequently applied to guide decisions in areas such as assessing candidate risk in loan applications. Suddenly, a computer’s decisions have become far more than simply which films we’re most likely to enjoy. However, we often find that increasingly complex machine learning models lack ‘explainability’ — the professionals depending on them can’t interpret them.

 

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Topics: AI, AI ethics, Data Science

Podcast: The ethics of artificial intelligence

Posted by McKinsey on Feb 14, 2019 11:00:25 AM

In this episode of the McKinsey Podcast, Simon London speaks with MGI partner Michael Chui and McKinsey partner Chris Wigley about how companies can ethically deploy artificial intelligence.

 

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Responsible AI: with opportunity comes responsibility - Accenture Insights

Posted by Accenture on Dec 17, 2018 9:26:41 PM
 
The AI revolution is here, and it's transforming global business. With over 72 percent of organizations having adopted AI, its rapid advancement brings about numerous ethical challenges. Explore the importance of an ethical and responsible AI deployment for the success of your business.

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Can AI help reduce the global wealth inequality?

Posted by World Summit AI on Sep 6, 2018 5:32:54 PM

Countries, like companies, are fighting to be the best in AI. 

 Whether San Francisco, or Amsterdam, London or Montreal, governments know that if they can position their big cities as the global AI epicentre, their national economy will grow exponentially.

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How can we trust AI if we don’t know how it works?

Posted by Tracey Groves on Jul 30, 2018 11:34:06 AM

This blog first appeared here on the Responsible City website, an initiative led by the City of London Corporation, as part of a series of interviews for the Business of Trust programme led by The Lord Mayor of London. 

Q&A series with Tracey Groves, founder and director of Intelligent Ethics on ethical leadership:

I don’t know how to fly an aeroplane, but I still travel by air when I need to, with the plane primarily being flown by a computer programme and with minimal human intervention.  I trust the system, processes, procedures in place, and the people who designed the system.  

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'What might ethical leadership look like in practice when it comes to AI and other advanced technologies?'

Posted by Tracey Groves on Jul 6, 2018 12:33:41 PM

This blog first appeared here on the Responsible City website, an initiative led by the City of London Corporation, as part of a series of interviews for the Business of Trust programme led by The Lord Mayor of London. 

Q&A series with Tracey Groves, founder and director of Intelligent Ethics on AI and ethics:

In practice, ethical leadership will look far more inclusive by nature.  When it comes to embracing AI and other advanced technologies, ethical leadership will consider the diverse needs and requirements of a variety of different stakeholder groups. This includes not only customers and employees, but citizens and wider society, as well as the more traditional groups, such as investors.

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Topics: AI ethics