Understanding and identifying the moral and ethical responsibilities in designing AI systems

Understanding and identifying the moral and ethical responsibilities in designing AI systems

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We are living and breathing AI every day. Fraud detecting, image recognition, process optimisation – all these emerging AI technologies have been unblocking new possibilities hidden in the data, and transforming our world to be a more efficient and convenient one.

However, from an ethical perspective, this also poses unanticipated harmful results such as unconscious bias, unfairness etc. So, what are the potential consequences? How should we be careful when we design an AI system? Please join us for an interesting discussion with Finnian Lattimore on AI ethics.

About the presenter

Finnian Lattimore is the principal researcher from Gradient Institute. She completed her PhD in machine learning in 2018 and has a decade of experience in leveraging data to solve applied problems at scale, as well as publishing research at top-tier conferences.

At Gradient, she is working to develop and communicate approaches to machine learning and AI that make explicit the assumptions and value judgments they encode, so that we can ensure that AI driven systems satisfy ethical and social norms and improve wellbeing.

About us

Ada’s Tribe is a community support Women in Data Science & Data Analytics. Inspired by Ada Lovelace, Ada’s Tribe aims to become an active community, focused on supporting leadership and career development of those identifying as women in data science related careers.

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Jun 17 2021
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4:00 am - 5:00 am
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