Artificial Intelligence

It’s time to change the debate around AI ethics. Here's how

Misinformation about the development, complexity and riskiness of AI technology is preventing proper debate about its development. Image: Unsplash / @thisisengineering

Kay Firth-Butterfield

Head of Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning; Member of the Executive Committee, World Economic Forum

Edward Kwartler

VP, Trusted AI, DataRobot

Sarah Khatry

Managing Director, AI Ethics, DataRobot

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Ted Kwartler & Sarah Khatry, DataRobot; Kay Firth-Butterfield, World Economic Forum
Ted Kwartler & Sarah Khatry, DataRobot; Kay Firth-Butterfield, World Economic Forum
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