Paperjam_ Artificial intelligence
Tackling bias in artificial intelligence, and eventually in humans
Artificial intelligence awakens great hopes, by allowing us to make decisions more quickly and objectively than human judgments alone.
While it holds out the promise of competitiveness, it also has a dark side, that of undesirable biases. AI is dependent on the social and cultural context of its designers and the data that feeds them.
During this Club Talk, Ann-Elise Delbecq, AI Elite team EMEA at IBM will discuss the emergence of tools and methodologies to deal with these new algorithmic biases.
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18:30 WELCOME SPEECH
18:40 INTERVENTION OF ANN-ELISE DELBECQUE