Nurturing Innovation

Nurturing Innovation April 1, 2024 Authored: by Anne-Laure Fayard, Jess Majekodunmi, Martina Mendola, and Rachel Kenny Published: Harvard Business Review Summary: Despite efforts in cross-sector collaboration and open innovation, many businesses struggle to develop and bring game-changing ideas to market. While diversity in conversations is important, innovation requires more than just generating ideas. Intermediaries play […]

Bring Human Values to AI

Bring Human Values to AI April 1, 2024 Authored: by Jacob Abernethy, François Candelon, Theodoros Evgeniou, Abhishek Gupta, and Yves Lostanlen Published: Harvard Business Review Summary: OpenAI introduced GPT-4, boasting improvements in accuracy and reasoning, while highlighting its alignment with human values, a novelty in AI marketing. The evolving landscape demands responsible AI deployment, addressing […]

Anthropomorphism and AI hype

Anthropomorphism and AI hype March 25, 2024 Authored: By Nicholas Barrow Published: Springer Link Summary: The article discusses the inherent human tendency to anthropomorphize, or attribute human characteristics to non-human entities, especially in the context of artificial intelligence (AI). This tendency has led to misconceptions and overhyped perceptions of AI’s capabilities, notably with technologies designed […]

The Rise of AI Ethics

The Rise of AI Ethics February 21, 2024 Authored: By Peter Asaro: Published: Public Seminar Summary: AI ethics, often perceived as a unified discourse, is actually a blend of diverse perspectives addressing the implications of automated decision-making systems. While primarily concerned with social values and justice, the term “AI ethics” encompasses various stakeholders’ interests and […]

How AI can usher in an economy that puts people first

How AI can usher in an economy that puts people first February 1, 2024 Authored: By Navin Chaddha Published: World Economic Forum Summary: The article emphasizes the transformative impact of artificial intelligence (AI) on business and the economy, highlighting both its potential benefits and challenges. It stresses the importance of responsible innovation, trust, safety, and […]

Understanding AI Ethics: Navigating the Balance Between Innovation and Responsibility in 2024

Understanding AI Ethics: Navigating the Balance Between Innovation and Responsibility in 2024 January 11, 2024 Authored: By Ryan Craven Published: Medium Summary: As AI rapidly advances, it brings transformative opportunities and ethical challenges. This article delves into the multifaceted landscape of AI ethics in 2024, covering privacy erosion, algorithmic bias, job displacement, and other concerns. […]

MIT Technology Review’s What’s Next series looks across industries, trends, and technologies to give you a first look at the future. You can read the rest of our series here.

MIT Technology Review’s What’s Next series looks across industries, trends, and technologies to give you a first look at the future. You can read the rest of our series here. January 4, 2024 Authored: By Melissa Heikkiläarchive, Will Douglas Heaven Published: MIT Technology Review Summary: The article reflects on predictions made last year and introduces […]

Ethics In AI: A Conversation with Diya Wynn, AWS Responsible AI Lead

Ethics In AI: A Conversation with Diya Wynn, AWS Responsible AI Lead December 8, 2023 Authored: By Carolina Milanesi Published: Forbes Summary: The article discusses the ethical implications of Artificial Intelligence and the responsible use of AI/ML in healthcare. AWS’s Responsible AI Lead, Diya Wynn, emphasizes the potential of AI in addressing challenges but stresses […]

Walking the Walk of AI Ethics in Technology Companies

Walking the Walk of AI Ethics in Technology Companies December 7, 2023 Authored: By Sanna J. Ali, Angèle Christin, Andrew Smart, Riitta Katila Published: Stanford Human-Centered AI Summary: The article discusses one of the first empirical investigations into AI ethics within private technology companies, highlighting a significant gap between policy and practice. Despite industry growth […]