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Optimism: Unbiased AI?

This insights report is a recap of the TED Circles: Optimism - Unbiased AI? workshop held on Sat Oct 30th, 2021, 10–11:30 am ET. transform this hosted TED Circles are a free, online, safe, and inclusive place to connect with innovators from all over the globe. This workshop included representation from at least ... countries including .....

Workshop Goals

We live in the age of AI, which is feared by some and revered by others as THE solution to many of the world's problems. As we develop AI solutions based on our very human experiences, is it actually possible to create a completely unbiased AI? Let's meet and discuss:

  1. What is unbiased AI and who should develop it?

  2. What is an acceptable margin of error?

  3. What will keep an AI solution unbiased and accountable?


For additional inspiration, here are a TED Talk and an article that represent the topic:

  • A Simple Tactic That Could Help Reduce Bias in AI:

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Once again, our gratitude to the global transform this community for returning week after week and bringing their diverse perspectives for inclusive and responsible innovation to flourish.

We hope you will join us in taking specific actions as stakeholders to drive inclusive, measurable, and ethical changes aimed at enabling a circular economy. Join us at one of the upcoming conversations, below, to learn more.

As usual, these conversations continue past the workshop on social media with our community. We are encouraged by this because open discussions such as these bring together multiple global perspectives, bringing us inspiration to find holistic solutions.

Wishing you much health and success until we meet again.

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