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. […]
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 […]
Adopting and expanding ethical principles for generative artificial intelligence from military to healthcare
Adopting and expanding ethical principles for generative artificial intelligence from military to healthcare December 2, 2023 Authored: By David Oniani, Jordan Hilsman, Yifan Peng, Ronald K. Poropatich, Jeremy C. Pamplin, Gary L. Legault & Yanshan Wang Published: npj Digital Medicine Summary: The U.S. Department of Defense established ethical principles for AI use in warfare in […]
Ethical AI for Teaching and Learning November 27, 2023 Authored: Team Published: Cornell CTI Summary: The article underscores the importance of understanding and critically evaluating generative Artificial Intelligence tools in education, considering ethical implications and potential biases. It addresses key issues such as transparency, political impact, environmental impact, diversity, and privacy concerns related to AI […]
Three things to know about the White House’s executive order on AI October 30, 2023 Authored: By Tate Ryan-Mosley & Melissa Heikkilä Published: MIT Technology Review Summary: The US has issued a new executive order setting AI rules and guidelines. The order aims to enhance AI safety and security, requiring more transparency from AI companies […]
Navigating the Nexus of Leadership in the AI Era October 9, 2023 Authored: Marshall Stanton Published: LinkedIn Summary: In the age of AI, leadership requires blending machine-driven insights with human judgment. AI’s growth is reshaping industries, and leaders need to harmoniously integrate AI’s data-driven insights with the human essence of leadership. Effective leaders of the […]
How organizations navigate AI ethics October 5, 2023 Authored: by Tomoko Yokoi & Michael R. Wade Published: Institute for Management Development Summary: The rapid development and adoption of AI have raised ethical concerns, and many organizations are committing to responsible AI principles, including transparency, fairness, non-harm, accountability, and privacy. To apply these principles, organizations adopt […]
Algorithms Are Making Important Decisions. What Could Possibly Go Wrong? September 7, 2023 Authored: By Ananya Published: Scientific American Summary: Algorithms used for decision-making, from hiring to medical care, can produce varying results depending on how humans annotated the training data. A study shows that when humans described data using terms relevant to a given […]
Melissa Heikkiläarchive – MIT Technology Review
Lawsuits are emerging as a potential route to regulate and shape the use of AI in the US. Federal agencies and individuals are suing AI companies, such as OpenAI and Meta, over concerns related to consumer protection, privacy, copyright infringement, and fairness. The outcomes of these cases could lead to new AI regulations and ways for artists and authors to be compensated for their work used in AI training data. Experts believe that lawsuits may precede comprehensive AI-specific legislation due to the split Congress and tech companies’ lobbying efforts.
Divyansh Kaushik and Matt Korda – Vox
This article discusses the proliferation of sensationalist narratives and misinformation surrounding artificial intelligence (AI) and its potential impact on responsible AI governance. It addresses the exaggeration of risks and threats, such as comparing AI to nuclear weapons, and argues for nuanced regulations, transparent operations, and accountability in AI applications. The article emphasizes the need to address genuine catastrophic risks, promote responsible AI research, implement data privacy reforms, and foster collaborations between academia and industry to develop effective AI policies that benefit humanity and minimize risks.