As more and more Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning (ML) impacts our lives, voices are raising valid questions about Ethics, Morality, and AI/ML technologies. AI and ML are initially created by humans, and reflect the predilections, biases, preferences, and goals of the creators, and of the organizations that employ them. Often critical algorithms are deeply obfuscated, sometimes under the guise of ‘Trade Secrets’.
What are the decision points that guide data acquisition and impact outcomes? How do we, as a society, ensure that software, and products controlled by software, have our, and societies’ best interests at a high enough level of concern? How do we, as creators, designers, abettors, and enablers of AI/ML ensure that our self-interests are aligned with the interests of society? How do we prevent ourselves from being unwitting dupes in unleashing products with intended or accidental nefarious impacts?
You should expect to leave with many questions to ponder.
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