Stasis in AI Ethics

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The field of AI Ethics has reached a stasis in terms of applicability of ideas in real-life scenarios. This talk dives into some of the areas of concern and how to address the challenges so that we can move to a future with more meaningful and applicable solutions.

A roadmap to more sustainable AI systems

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AI has a sizeable carbon footprint, both during training and deployment phases. How do we build AI systems that are greener? The first thing we need to understand is how to account and calculate the carbon impact of all the resources that go into the AI lifecycle. So what is the current state of carbon accounting in AI? How effective has it been? And can we do better? This conversation will answer these questions and dive into what the future of carbon accounting in AI looks like and what role standards can play in this, especially if we want to utilize actionable insights to trigger meaningful behavior change.

Civic competence against the invisible hand of AI

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In this TEDx talk, I walk through the notion of civic competence as a way of creating broad-based awareness on the harms that can arise from AI systems and equipping everyday people with the appropriate knowledge to challenge the systems to create a more just, fair, and well-functioning society.

The Lab Notebook: Bringing Science back to Data Science

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All of us deal with data. A lot of us do data science. And yet only some of us get a chance to really infuse science into that data science work. Ever visit one of your old experiments and find that you want to pull out your hair because you are not sure how you arrived at some of the models that you ended up selecting, why you transformed your data the way you did, and other choices that now seem arbitrary but were perhaps perfectly reasonable then?

Role of AI and Emerging Technologies in Achieving Reduced Inequality

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In this interview, the capabilities and limitations of AI systems are discussed when it comes to their application to reduce inequality in the world. This is supplemented by insights on the accompanying societal changes that are required to bolster the efficacy of these deployments.

AI, ethics, and your business webinar

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In this webinar, panelists discuss how stakeholders can be more ethical in their decision-making using AI. Topics covered include risk management, regulations, implementation of ethical AI and the barriers of putting it into practice, AI in Fintech and a discussion of how the cost of ‘getting it wrong’ outweighs the challenges of application.

The Social Dilemma - Part 2

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On Machine Learning Street Talk, Dr. Tim Scarfe, Dr. Keith Duggar, Alex Stenlake and Yannic Kilcher have a conversation with the Founder and Principal Researcher at the Montreal AI Ethics institute – Abhishek Gupta. We cover several topics from the Social Dilemma film and AI Ethics in general.

AI Ethics and Art

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An interactive documentary series about the transformative power of artificial intelligence in the field of arts.

Interview with BorealisAI

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Interview with BorealisAI that took a dive into the threat automation poses to job loss based on the current science, whether bias is the biggest problem we face in responsible AI, and what we should consider reasonable trade-offs for improving fairness.