Algorithm, Machine learning, Ai, Artificial intelligence, Alan Turing, Bias

When Machine Learning Goes Off the Rails

On Dec 16, 2020
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Products and services that rely on machine learning don’t always make ethical or accurate choices. Professor Theos Evgeniou breaks down a guide to managing the risks to maximise the opportunities in this @HarvardBiz feature article. https://t.co/NJbsMqrmOq
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A guide to managing the risks

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On Dec 16, 2020
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Products and services that rely on machine learning don’t always make ethical or accurate choices. Professor Theos Evgeniou breaks down a guide to managing the risks to maximise the opportunities in this @HarvardBiz feature article. https://t.co/NJbsMqrmOq
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Steering Journalism Toward Data Science

Steering Journalism Toward Data Science

How can new guidelines for deeper reporting on AI systems help more journalists investigate our digital world?

What is machine learning and why does it matter for business?

What is machine learning and why does it matter for business?

An explainer on what is machine learning in business, its history and the big themes and key trends, with a focus on its future within the AI family.

“Doing machine learning the right way”

“Doing machine learning the right way”

Professor Aleksander Madry strives to build machine-learning models that are more reliable, understandable, and robust.

Ethics and artificial intelligence

Ethics and artificial intelligence

Machine learning and artificial intelligence (AI) systems are rapidly being adopted across the economy and society. Early excitement about the benefits of these systems has begun to be ...

Why We Need to Audit Algorithms

Why We Need to Audit Algorithms

We do it for financial statements — why not code?

Why artificial intelligence will have very human frailties

Why artificial intelligence will have very human frailties

The rise of artificial intelligence brings big picture problems, but also important practical and ethical issues.

Artificial Intelligence Will Do What We Ask. That’s a Problem.

Artificial Intelligence Will Do What We Ask. That’s a Problem.

By teaching machines to understand our true desires, one scientist hopes to avoid the potentially disastrous consequences of having them do what we command.

Artificial Intelligence and the Privacy Challenge

Artificial Intelligence and the Privacy Challenge

Most people would be rightly excited by the prospect of artificial intelligence automating all facets of our lives. But with machines' increasing ability to mine personal data, collate that ...

Artificial intelligence and bias: Four key challenges

Artificial intelligence and bias: Four key challenges

John Villasenor discusses the sources of bias in artificial intelligence, how to identify instances of bias, and what can be done to mitigate it.

What Does a Fair Algorithm Actually Look Like?

What Does a Fair Algorithm Actually Look Like?

Automated systems take into account thousands of variables to make decisions that affect our lives. People are calling for more transparency in AI, but not everyone agrees on what ...

The future of AI is here. Regulations? Not so much

The future of AI is here. Regulations? Not so much

Image via shutterstockImagine a world without environmental regulations or traffic laws, where unlicensed motorists drive as they please and factories pollute