Paul R. Daugherty, H. James Wilson and Rumman Chowdhury
Using Artificial Intelligence to Promote Diversity
MIT Sloan Management Review, 2018
¿De qué se trata?
Tech companies are finding creative ways to remove human biases from AI and to ensure ethical use of the technology.
Paul R. Daugherty, H. James Wilson and Rumman Chowdhury – tech leaders from management consultancy Accenture – acknowledge how AI has amplified human biases and envision a better future for the technology and for society. The authors name several specific ways that AI can help – and already has helped – balance inequalities, and they turn a spotlight on the companies leading the way.
About the Authors
Paul R. Daugherty is chief technology officer at Accenture, where H. James Wilson is managing director of IT and business research and Rumman Chowdhury is the global lead for responsible AI.
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