The Ethics of Artificial Intelligence

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Rob Enderle, Enderle Group; Eric Hibbard, SNIA Security Technical Work Group; Jim Fister, The Decision Place

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Artificial Intelligence technologies are possibly the most substantive and meaningful change to modern business. The ability to process large amounts of data with varying degrees of structure and form enables large leaps in insight to drive revenue and profit. Likewise, governments and civil society have significant opportunity for improvement of the lives of the populace. However, with the power that AI brings comes the risks of any technology innovation. This interactive session will cover some of the ethical issues that AI can bring. Attendees should expect to learn: • How making decisions at the speed of AI could be ethically challenging • Examples of how companies have structures to approach AI policy • The pitfalls of managing the human side of AI development • Potential legal implications of using AI to make decisions • Advice for addressing potential ethics issues before they are unsolvable After you watch the webcast, check out the Q&A blog https://bit.ly/3vW5WOF
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