AI is fundamentally changing our society, and we need to talk about the ethical concerns that AI raises.

Research shows data is not being used to its potential and we need to recognize collecting data for the sake of collecting data provides no purpose. Whomever analyzes the data wins the day.

The job of AI is not to be a silver bullet, but to help people do a better job. We have to use AI from an inventive perspective. It isn’t a question anymore, because the bad guys will use it against us.

1 AI Bias
Where are we going with AI (artificial intelligence)? Peggy answers, saying AI is fundamentally changing our society, but that we need to talk about the ethical concerns that AI raises. She asks: Do we know what fairness means in machine learning outcomes? Ironically, AI can reduce bias, but it can also bake in and scale bias. Perhaps it is time to request a bias check and make sure yours is the unbiased AI that will survive.
http://peggysmedleyshow.com
2 Big, Big Data
Peggy and Susan Dalton, vice president of smart technologies and IoT, GCP Applied Technologies, and Mark Roberts, director of Verifi research and development, GCP Applied Technologies, talk big data. Research shows data is not being used to its potential and we need to recognize collecting data for the sake of collecting data provides no purpose. They explain that he who analyzes the data wins the day.
http://www.gcpat.com/
3 The Good and the Bad of AI
Peggy and Eyal Benishti, founder and CEO, IRONSCALES,talk about the good and the bad of AI (artificial intelligence). He says AI will change the world, but we need to contemplate how to put it to good use. At the end of the day, the job of AI is not to be a silver bullet, but to help people do a better job. He adds that we have to use AI from an inventive perspective. It isn’t a question anymore, because the bad guys will use it against us.
https://www.ironscales.com/