The Davos Agenda 2021

AI fairness is an economic and social imperative. Here's how to address it

There are so many dimensions to AI fairness, and they are infiltrating data types from text, audio and video, to images and structured data, that your company is unlikely to be tackling them all.

Raja Chatila

Chair, IEEE Global Initiative on Ethics of Autonomous and Intelligent Systems, Institute of Intelligent Systems and Robotics, Sorbonne University

Francesca Rossi

AI Ethics Global Leader, IBM

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