The "utilitarian" value of AI is not in question and, if anything, will increase with technological progress. The increasing automation of decision-making processes is legitimate and inevitable, but this must not make us forget the questions (and risks) of an ethical nature that this "delegation" raises.
What are the greatest ethical risks associated with the use of artificial intelligence? What role does this new technology play in protecting privacy? What approach to AI can companies take to get maximum competitive advantage while maintaining ethical conduct?
In this webinar, Reid Blackman, AI expert and author of the book "Ethical Machines: your coincise guide to totally unbiased, transparent, and respectful AI", will reflect on the ethical implications of artificial intelligence, paying particular attention to their impact on the corporate world.
In particular, the focus will be on:
Author and AI ethics expert
The European House Ambrosetti
Harvard Business Review
Reid Blackman, Beena Ammanath
David Kiron, Elizabeth Renieris, Steven Mills
MIT Sloan Management Review
AGID - Agenzia per l’Italia Digitale
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