In October of last year Amazon made headlines after its AI recruitment tool showed bias against woman. In this case it was a “fairly easy” catch. What happens as AI is deployed across all aspects of our lives, from driving efficiency to increasing productivity, to detecting fraudulent behavior, to making judicial decisions, to providing medical diagnosis, just to name a few. How do we ensure that it is functioning fairly and reliably? Where, at what levels and through what conduits, corporate, policy, etc., can we actually exert influence on the development of AI to ensure an ethical and conscientious AI?
Alex Terry – Head of Occupational Psychology – EMEA, Pymetrics
Mariarosaria Taddeo – Deputy Director of the Digital Ethics Lab at Oxford Internet Institute, University of Oxford
Remy Bourganel – Chief innovation & design, BRICKCHAIN LTD
Deborah Furet -EHESS (École des Hautes Études en Sciences Sociales, School of Advanced Studies in the Social Sciences)