Forming Trust

If we get the downside risks of AI, algorithmic and autonomous systems mitigated using positive ethical standards, bias removal & empathy; then we can dream about a great future. A future where powerful and transformative innovations powered by Responsible Artificial Intelligence can help tackle big problems in society that are not possible with current technology.
In the third part of Responsible Artificial Intelligence for good of humans & society: A perspective series, provided by Vikas Malhotra and Chris Leong from WOPLLI technologies, you can learn more about what is responsible AI, how do we get there and what are the current gaps and recommendations for future research.

Can we trust any algorithm with independent decision making & execution?

Artificial intelligence holds great promise to make our lives safer, easier and better. However, there is also the possibility that it could guide us in the next phase of automated bias and inequality. Today, algorithms are increasingly involved in key decisions about people’s lives.

In the second part of Responsible Artificial Intelligence for good of humans & society: A perspective series, provided by Vikas Malhotra and Chris Leong from WOPLLI technologies, you can learn more about how important it is for us, as humans, to ensure that what we are creating does not have a negative impact on society and the world

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