Please log in to watch this conference skillscast.
There is no doubt that artificial intelligence systems are a powerful agent of change in society. As this technology becomes increasingly prevalent, transforming your understanding of people and society, issues around ethics and regulation arise.
In this session, Hollie will explore how you can address fairness, accountability and the long-term effects on society when designing with data.
Technology should be a beneficial force in everyone's lives, taking the world in exciting new directions and making everybody better humans. To ensure this, you need to facilitate a conversation between data technology and the human experience.
Keeping social responsibility and ethical behaviour in mind when designing AI systems will allow you to put the right systems in place to contribute to the society you want, fostering higher levels of cognitive and emotional skills.
YOU MAY ALSO LIKE:
- The Data and Design Challenge (SkillsCast recorded in March 2019)
- Leonardo De Marchi's Deep Learning Fundamentals (in London on 22nd - 23rd October 2019)
- Infiniteconf 2019 - The conference on Big Data and AI (in London on 4th - 5th July 2019)
- Keynote by Emily Robinson on Creating a Strong Data Science Portfolio (in London on 24th June 2019)
- IWDS 23: Intro to Natural Language Processing (NLP) - 1/2 (in London on 24th June 2019)
- AI Auditing Framework (SkillsCast recorded in June 2019)
- From AVA to SIRI: Gendering of virtual personal assistants & Data Protection by Design (SkillsCast recorded in June 2019)
Ethical Artificial Intelligence
Hollie is a freelance experience design director, she focuses on helping clients create products and services that excite audiences and drive engagement. Over the last ten years, she has worked in the luxury, culture, publishing & tech sectors, collaborating closely with clients to create user-centred designs for a wide range of digital products, from large-scale collections systems to small innovative app projects. Her passion projects are around trends, ethics and how technology affects society.