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NYPD Tracks Crimes Across City with Its Own Pattern-Seeking AI Tool

The details of the crime were uniquely specific: Wielding a hypodermic syringe as a weapon, a man in New York City attempted to steal...

MIT Ethics Reading Group Explores the Ethical Dimensions of AI

For years, the tech industry followed a move-fast-and-break-things approach, and few people seemed to mind as a wave of astonishing new tools for communicating...

We Need to be Examining the Ethics and Governance of Artificial...

Growing up, one of my favorite movies was Steven Spielberg’s Minority Report. I was fascinated by the idea that a crime could be prevented before it occurred....

UK Report Urges Action to Combat AI Bias, Ensure Diversity in...

The need for diverse development teams and truly representational data-sets to avoid biases being baked into AI algorithms is one of the core recommendations...

Is Ethical Technology a Myth or a Possibility?

New technologies continue to shape society, albeit at an accelerating rate. Decades ago, societal change lagged behind tech innovation by many years, a decade...

Bias in AI Increasingly Recognized; Progress Being Made

Bias in AI decision-making and in the algorithms of machine learning has been outed as a real issue in the march of AI progress....

Algorithmic Bias is Real and Pervasive. Here’s How You Solve It.

By Robin Bordoli, CEO, CrowdFlower A few months back, I found myself in one of those big electronics stores that are rapidly becoming extinct. I...