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  • Writer's pictureNancy Nemes

Machines & Ethics

Updated: Feb 6, 2019

By Nancy Nemes - Founder Ms. AI

Machines are learning from humans. And that means, there is a high likelihood they adopt human biases such as gender, racial, cognitive bias.

Now is the right time to talk about the incredibly large landscape of AI as we are entering a new era for ethics and risk assessment.

So which biases, issues and conversations keep AI experts up at night? How do we use AI as a catalyst for positive change and unbiased execution?

If we consider machines as entities that can perceive, feel and act, we need to start talking about their legal status. While this technological progress means better lives for everyone, we need to implement it responsibly.

We shall discuss about the impact in areas such as:

  • The opportunity for girls and women

  • The future of the automated workplace

  • The ethics of AI-augmented vehicles

  • The future of trustworthy news

  • The future of robot rights

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