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The problem with algorithms: Who’s responsible for AI bias?

Joanna Bryson
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May 4
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1-2 mins

Table of contents

Key takeawaysCollaboration platforms are essential to the new way of workingEmployees prefer engati over emailEmployees play a growing part in software purchasing decisionsThe future of work is collaborativeMethodology
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Joanna Bryson

Joanna is the Professor of Ethics and Technology at Hertie School who specialises in natural and artificial intelligence.

Her current research focuses on the accountability for and transparency in AI, and understanding the cultural and technological impact of the cooperation between digital technologies and humans.

This includes economic and political behaviour, and national and transnational governance and the political economy and technology regulation. In her research for Systems AI, Joanna looks for methods that promotes the ease and safety of developing AI.

She believes good systems AI makes autonomy easier to build, understand, control and account for.

Andy is the Co-Founder and CIO of SwissCognitive - The Global AI Hub. He’s also the President of the Swiss IT Leadership Forum.

Andy is a digital enterprise leader and is transforming business strategies keeping the best interests of shareholders, customers, and employees in mind.

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