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Debugging the AI gender bias bug

Debugging the AI gender bias bug

A friend of mine, Robin Hauser, told me that when she did research for her award winning film, CODE: Debugging the Gender Gap, she asked a lot of questions to every day people, and found that most people didn’t know what unconscious bias was, and perhaps more disturbing, 99% of people said that they themselves..

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AI could mean we’re on the brink of an unprecedented historical shift in human development

AI could mean we’re on the brink of an unprecedented historical shift in human development

The fast development in artificial intelligence means that we may be on the brink of an unprecedented historical shift in the human development, for which we need to be prepared.  In a new and important report, the AI Sustainability Center highlights the need for more multidisciplinary research in this area. The 18th century saw the..

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Putting Ethics into action at Telia Company

Putting Ethics into action at Telia Company

The public and industry dialog around Artificial Intelligence (AI) has shifted considerably in the last couple of years as more companies are embracing the benefits, and applications have become more visible in daily lives. And at the same time, multiple examples of negative unintended consequences have emerged, together with a deeper understanding of the various..

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Ethics, AI, and Tech for Good 2.0

Ethics, AI, and Tech for Good 2.0

The word ethics is laden with subjectivity, and often shunned by businesses for being “too fluffy.” We all strive for good moral and ethical behavior, but achieving that without too much of one’s own individual subjectivity is difficult, especially in global businesses, where cultural norms and moral codes are different in different parts of the..

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