In: Society, Artificial Intelligence

AI and Ethics

Technological advancements pose new and unprecedented ethical questions that humanity will have to deal with. The world will surely not become a better place if our conscious or unconscious biases make their way into algorithms. AI should be fair. In the end, it comes down to this: Do we want to model the world as it is, or as it should be?

Related Channels

Summaries

8 Book

Trustworthy AI

A Business Guide for Navigating Trust and Ethics in AI
Beena Ammanath
Wiley, 2022
9 Book

There Are No Facts

Attentive Algorithms, Extractive Data Practices, and the Quantification of Everyday Life
Mark Shepard
MIT Press, 2022
9 Book

More than a Glitch

Confronting Race, Gender, and Ability Bias in Tech
Meredith Broussard
MIT Press, 2023
8 Article

Manage AI Bias Instead of Trying to Eliminate It

To remediate the bias built into AI data, companies can take a three-step approach.
Sian Townson
MIT Sloan Management Review, 2023
8 Podcast

A Skeptical Take on the AI Revolution

The AI expert Gary Marcus asks: What if ChatGPT isn’t as intelligent as it seems?
Ezra Klein and Gary Marcus
The New York Times, 2023
9 Article
Sam Altman
Greylock, 2023
9 Article

What ChatGPT Reveals About the Urgent Need for Responsible AI

As Generative AI democratizes adoption, new challenges loom for organizations.
Abhishek Gupta et al.
Boston Consulting Group, 2023
9 Book

Practical Fairness

Achieving Fair and Secure Data Models
Aileen Nielsen
O'Reilly, 2020
10 Article

A.I. Is Mastering Language. Should We Trust What It Says?

OpenAI’s GPT-3 and other neural nets can now write original prose with mind-boggling fluency – a development that could have profound implications for the future.
Steven Johnson
New York Times Magazine, 2022
8 Book

Cloud Ethics

Algorithms and the Attributes of Ourselves and Others
Louise Amoore
Duke University School of Law, 2020
8 Article

Meet DALL-E, the A.I. That Draws Anything at Your Command

New technology that blends language and images could serve graphic artists – and speed disinformation campaigns.
Cade Metz
The New York Times, 2022
8 Podcast

Responsibility: Responsible AI in Action

Microsoft AI Business School Podcast Episode 3
David Carmona and Guillermo Carmona
Microsoft, 2020