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2021 Predictions: ML Automation, K-anonymity, Hyperautomation, Semantic Graphs 

  From Florian Douetteau, CEO and co-founder of Dataiku:  Inclusive engineering will begin to make its way into the mainstream to support diversity. In order to ensure diversity...

Google Wades Into Controversy with Dismissal of AI Ethicist Timnit Gebru  

By John P. Desmond, Editor, AI Trends  Google ignited a firestorm around its ethics program last week when it let go a prominent AI ethicist, Timnit Gebru,...

Data Scientists Engaged in the Battle Against Data Bias 

By AI Trends Staff  Data scientists have joined the battle to eliminate or at least identify the bias in datasets used to train AI programs.  The...

Director of National Intelligence Releases Six Principles for Ethical AI

By AI Trends Staff This week, the Office of the Director of National Intelligence (ODNI) released the first of an evolving set of principles for...

Work Underway to Assess and Rate AI Model Transparency

By AI Trends Staff We hold these truths to be self-evident: a machine learning model is only as good as the data it learns from....

AI Transparency, Fairness Get Boost with Naming of Prof. Judea Pearl...

By AI Trends Staff Efforts to further AI transparency and fairness got a boost recently with the naming of Prof. Judea Pearl of UCLA as...

Need to Build Trustworthy AI Systems Gains Importance as AI Progresses

By John P. Desmond, Editor, AI Trends The push is on to build trusted AI systems with an eye toward instilling confidence that results will...

People-Centered Design For Deep Learning

In an MIT Sloan Management Review article published last week, David A. Bray and Ray Wang outline the challenges ahead for incorporating people-centered design...

Bias and Fairness: Striking a Balance

By AI Trends Staff AI relies on large datasets to train machine learning models, and those datasets can be highly skewed in characteristics of race,...

As Governments Adopt AI, Little Oversight and Lots of Danger

By James Hendler, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute Artificial intelligence systems can – if properly used – help make government more effective and responsive, improving the lives of...