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Tuesday, May 28, 2019

Deep learning pioneer Fei-Fei Li on the fundamentals of ethical AI | Evaluate - TechTarget

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AI luminary Fei-Fei Li was among a group of distinguished AI researchers asked to share their thoughts on how to develop ethical AI. The right data and careful observation help.

Business and IT leaders grappling with how to build an enterprise AI program that is effective and ethical might want take a page from the AI pioneers who invented the technology that sparked the current AI boom: It's not about the tool set...

Fei-Fei Li, professor of computer science at Stanford and co-director of the Stanford Human-Centered AI Institute and former chief scientist of AI and machine learning at Google. Meanwhile, former AI executives from Microsoft discussed their explorations of how AI could improve the quality of life in India...

Developing a model for good AI Over in India, the Wadhwani Institute for AI is exploring different ways that AI can be applied to social good. Its CEO, Padmanabhan Anandan, came from Microsoft, where he was founder and director of the Microsoft India Research Lab and led Microsoft's computer vision research. In an interview with SearchCIO, he explained that implementing AI requires going beyond just deploying better algorithms. It requires doing extensive exploration of existing cultures, institutions and processes to find where AI can be adopted in a way that makes a positive difference for everyone.
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Source: TechTarget