How to Prevent Discriminatory Outcomes in Machine Learning
Machine learning applications are already being used to make many life-changing decisions – such as who qualifies for a loan, and whether someone is released from prison. A new model is n...
This council will explore what the impact of the Fourth Industrial Revolution on Human Rights might be, and will draft recommendations on how to create the appropriate governance structures to ensure that technological development and use does not put universal Human Rights in danger. More specifically, the council is going to identify: - How can the human rights discourse shape the 4IR and technological advances? How can we govern Human Rights in the 4IR? - How are rights changing/evolving through the 4IR? How will human rights look like in the future in relation to internet, privacy, access to technology? - How can we protect traditional human rights in the era of the 4IR?
Lisa Ventura, Project Specialist, Society and Innovation, Lisa.Ventura@weforum.org
Silvia Magnoni, Head of Civil Society Communities, Society and Innovation, firstname.lastname@example.org
Specialists have come up with a set of guiding principles for machine learning based on UN human rights.
As we approach the 70th anniversary of the ratification of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, where has progress been made, and what challenges remain?
Erica Kochi, the Head of Innovation at UNICEF and leader of the World Economic Forum’s Global Future Council discusses how we can make sure we don't programme machines with our biases.