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Ethics and Artificial Intelligence

Defining the Role of the Chief AI Ethics Officer I’m not a big fan of acronyms. Companies use them quite freely. It's getting crowded in the C-Suite. There’s the CBDO (Chief Business Development Officer) COO (Chief Operating Officer), CMO (Chief Marketing Officer) CAO (Chief Accounting Officer), CTO (Chief Technology Officer),... Read more →


Why Are Managers Paying Little Attention to the Responsible Use of AI?

Ethics and AI: The Issues Explored In a startling result, just 6% of executives said they ensure Artificial Intelligence (AI) is used ethically and responsibly by making development teams diverse. A new report from FICO and Corinium has found that many companies are deploying various forms of AI throughout their... Read more →


Ensuring The Ethical Development Of Online Platforms And Products

Guidance on Key Issues The following guest blog was written by Jane Sandwood. The last section was added by The Ethics Sage. Overview of Ethical Issues As well as appreciating the increasing sophistication of the design and function of websites and apps, consumers also want to be reassured that the... Read more →


The Key to Ethical AI is Transparency

Trust and Verify Artificial Intelligence systems can obscure the data in a way that creates biased information depending on the human values of those who enter the data from its source. For example, an algorithm developed from mortgage loan data might include a variable for the expectation of homeowners’ repayment... Read more →


Workplace Ethics and AI Systems

Accountability and Trust Must Be Built Into the System Ethical issues in artificial intelligence (AI) exist because rules of the road are needed to guide what is appropriate behavior in processing data against a set of algorithms to make decisions about individuals, communities and a society. Algorithms cannot think for... Read more →