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It’s Time to Take “Corrupt AI” SeriouslyBlog, Corruption
Recently your social media feed may have been flooded with headlines on the advances in AI or even AI-generated images.
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Cathy O’Neil to the Ivory Tower: Stop ignoring the ethics risks in techBlog
The use of artificial intelligence (AI) in most all aspects of modern business and social life is now ubiquitous. From wealth management, to hiring employees, assessing the effectiveness of teachers, and our news feeds, AI impacts most every aspect of our day-to-day life — whether or not we are aware of it.
As the use of AI has grown, so has a corresponding gap in the ability of many companies and people to explain what, how, and most importantly, why these bots make certain decisions. In a NYT op-ed this week, Cathy O’Neil gives academics a call to action — the time has come to provide a deeper, and unbiased view of the risks of AI and the ethics challenges we face as their power and influence grows.