Ethics in AI: Beyond Algorithms
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About the Event
The systems we require for sustaining our lives increasingly rely upon AI algorithms to function. Systems are becoming increasingly automated in ways that impact all of us. Yet, the people who are developing the automation, machine learning, and the data collection and analysis that currently drive much of this automation do not represent all of us, and are not considering all of our needs equally.
The EU has developed principles for ethical AI, as has the IEEE, Google, Microsoft, and other countries and corporations. Among the more recent and prominent efforts is a set of principles crafted by the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD), an intergovernmental organization that represents 37 countries for economic concerns and world trade.
However, not all ethics guidelines are developed equally—or ethically. Often, these efforts fail to recognize the cultural and social differences that underlie our everyday decision making, and make general assumptions about both what a “human” and “ethical human behavior” is.
In this session, we will discuss with the experts who are actively driving digital initiatives in the Future of Healthcare.
We aim to drive collaboration among various stakeholders in the HealthTech Ecosystem. If you wish to participate in this growing and important area, this is the session not to be missed!
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