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Displaying items by tag: Ethics

"Small businesses are the lifeblood of the Australian economy. They need support and protection to grow,” says Sagar Sethi, digital marketing specialist and chief executive officer of Xugar. Yet, Sethi is concerned by a proliferation of unethical operators claiming to sell digital marketing but who instead burn the customer and take money out of the country.

Published in CIO Trends

Data Futurology invites you to a fireside chat around trust dimensions within ethics, with Colin Priest, global lead AI Governance, DataRobot, and Aurelie Jacquet, chair of Standards Australia Committee on Artificial Intelligence.

Published in Data

The Victoria Police do not rate highly among the citizens of the state when it comes to honesty or ethical standards, a survey by the well-known pollster Roy Morgan has found.

Published in Market

Rob Walker, vice-president, Decisioning & Analytics at Pegasystems, brings a wealth of knowledge in the AI space to our conversation.

Published in Enterprise Solutions

First came the preview from Day 1, but from Day 2 comes the actual talk itself, where Lucy Lin blends in a cavalcade of superheroes to showcase the ethical AI cavalry we need to develop to make sure we save ourselves from our own self-created AI dilemma.

Published in Development

Artificial intelligence is all around us, but as it is programmed by humans, it can exhibit human bias, while there's also the concept of transparent AI, so how do we get real about artificial intelligence?

Published in Development

Big Data can tease out all manner of analyses and conclusions from our very digital world, but how can it know what is 'right and proper?'

Published in Books

Internal protests are growing at Google, with employees questioning the company's leaders over a move to launch a censored version of its search engine in China.

Published in Technology Regulation

It is amusing in the extreme when Americans try to pretend that US companies have to adhere to this or that moral or ethical code. And that is precisely what is going on now, after Google was revealed to be planning a censored version of its search engine for the Chinese market.

Published in Open Sauce

Cyber security entrepreneur and CISO adviser Jane Frankland wants to establish a code of conduct for conferences, saying advancing issues that promote women in IT will benefit the industry as a whole, irrespective of gender.

Published in Education

A dozen Google employees have quit their jobs in protest against the company's involvement in Project Maven, a US Defence Department program that uses artificial intelligence to interpret video images and assist in targeting enemies in drone strikes.

Published in Technology Regulation
Thursday, 09 November 2017 23:04

Avanade unveils framework for ethical AI

Artificial intelligence and machine learning are big topics today, but they are not free of ramifications, says Sarah Adam-Gedge, managing director of consulting firm Avanade's Australian operations, outlining three building blocks for an ethical AI framework.

Published in Business Intelligence
Tuesday, 11 October 2016 17:31

Establishing and supporting a digital culture

A lot of the talk around "digital" revolves around external relationships, for example easier or better interaction with customers, partners and suppliers. But what about the things that happen inside the organisation?

Published in Business Software
Thursday, 29 September 2016 12:57

It is time for the laws of AI

Tech giants Google, Microsoft, Facebook, IBM, and Amazon have formed a “partnership on AI”. It is a shame Isaac Asimov is not around so see his three/four laws of robotics come to fruition.

Published in Technology Regulation
Thursday, 15 October 2015 20:58

Capgemini appoints new ethics, compliance chief

Global consulting, technology and outsourcing services company Capgemini has appointed a new ethics and compliance officer.

Published in People Moves

If you want to be a pirate and not get caught, a newspaper article appears to tell you the ways you can hide your metadata and do it, but there are guides all over the Internet and VPN services to help you do just that - whether it is moral and legal, or not.

Published in Home Tech
Thursday, 14 August 2014 14:13

Facebook emotion study researcher opens up

A month following revelations Facebook controversially ran an emotional manipulation newsfeed experiment, one of the study's co-authors has come forward in an interview to set the record straight.

Published in Listed Tech

Apple is once again fighting allegations of worker rights violations at Chinese factories after fresh reports that over 10,000 underage and student workers work in crowded production rooms at parts supplier Pegatron.

Published in Market

Hitachi Data Systems and Teradata have been listed as one of the 2011 World's Most Ethical Companies by the Ethisphere Institute. Several other players in the ICT industry also made the list.

Published in Cloud Computing
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