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We don’t want an AI system to decide about one’s life | David Bruyneel | TEDxVlerickBusinessSchool

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AI has the serious risk of “counter-serendipity” (from Edward Tenner of Harvard’s Center for Internet and Society): perpetuating, amplifying and ultimately solidifying existing social biases and prejudices, with attendant (or expected) consequences for human rights. Some also call this the “unintended consequences” of AI as they try to reconcile some of the compliance challenges that persist. So what do we want from people who design, build and deploy AI systems? To build AI systems that are responsible, by incorporating concepts of T.R.U.S.T. (Trustworthy, Reliable, Understandable, Secure, Teachable) The last thing we want to do is let an AI system decide about one’s life.
AI has the serious risk of “counter-serendipity” (from Edward Tenner of Harvard’s Center for Internet and Society): perpetuating, amplifying and ultimately solidifying existing social biases and prejudices, with attendant (or expected) consequences for human rights. Some also call this the “unintended consequences” of AI as they try to reconcile some of the compliance challenges that persist. So what do we want from people who design, build and deploy AI systems? To build AI systems that are responsible, by incorporating concepts of T.R.U.S.T. (Trustworthy, Reliable, Understandable, Secure, Teachable) This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at https://www.ted.com/tedx

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