Would you trust an AI to … ?

I attended an event called Future Recoded at the Microsoft Reactor in London in the past and I wanted to share my learnings from a really interesting session on Ethics in AI. I know, I know, I hear you … ‘Urgh … yet another Ethics in AI session saying everything is malicious and software engineers/data scientists make so many mistakes. How do I make sure I don’t make these mistakes too?

That's what was so refreshing about this session, it took a different approach. We should absolutely discuss and analyze mistakes we have made in the past so we can learn to apply these powerful technologies for the good of everyone but this session opened my eyes to an interesting approach to ‘sense-checking’ your AI project, idea or even new business.

Join me in the session as I share a case study and a framework you may find interesting to use for your AI projects.

Amy Boyd

Amy Boyd

Senior Cloud Advocate, AI/ML, Developer Relations, Microsoft

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