Ethics in AI: Navigating the Moral Landscape of Machine Learning
Friday, 5. May 2024, 10.00 – Gurten Pavillon
In this thought-provoking and insightful talk, our speaker dives deep into the intricate world of ethical considerations within the realm of AI and machine learning. As AI systems become more pervasive in our lives, understanding and addressing the moral dimensions of their deployment is paramount.
The talk begins by examining the pervasive issue of bias in AI algorithms. We'll explore real-world examples of bias and its consequences, emphasizing the importance of fairness in algorithmic decision-making. Attendees will gain a clear understanding of the technical and social aspects of bias mitigation, enabling them to identify and rectify bias in their own AI projects.
Privacy is another central theme. We'll discuss how AI applications often involve the processing of sensitive personal data, raising concerns about data security and individual rights. The speaker will shed light on best practices for preserving privacy while harnessing the power of AI.
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