AI is playing a key part in reshaping and developing businesses, and in improving people’s daily lives. Different concepts, tools and technologies that use algorithms—such as blockchain, machine and deep learning, natural language processing etc.—are beginning to show exciting possibilities that will support and optimise human intelligence. If guided by an ethical and responsible approach, this field can offer numerous rewards.

The bounty hunters gunning for algorithmic bias

● In the United States, a group of artificial intelligence (AI) experts, known as the Bias Buccaneers, is launching competitions to encourage their community to seek out biases in AI tools.
● One of the group’s co-founders, Subho Majumdar, tells us why it is important to raise awareness of ethical issues raised by AI among developers, decision makers and citizens.
● The Bias Buccaneers are hoping to attract international attention with further competitions, while encouraging engineers and developers to open up to a wider world and improve the integrity of AI systems they design.
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