From Growth to Great
In this course we will examine how the growth of Artificial Intelligence is aligned with responsible business practice, and will understand the need for, and principles of, Agile Governance. Next we will review how ethical considerations tie into the ongoing manufacture, implementation and policy regarding AI/AS and finally we'll discover how standards for Ethical AI/AS can enhance growth.
What you will learn:
- Describe responsible business practices needed with the growth of AI
- Recite ethical considerations for ongoing manufacture, implementation, and policy regarding AI/AS
- List standards for Ethical AI/AS to enhance growth
This course is part of the following course program:
Artificial Intelligence and Ethics in Design: Responsible Innovation
Courses included in this program:
Who should attend: Data engineer, AI/ML engineer, Design engineer, Computer engineer, Security engineer, Software engineer
Dr. Rumman Chowdhury is a Senior Principal at Accenture AI and their global lead for Responsible AI in Applied Intelligence. Accenture is a leading global professional services company, providing a broad range of services and solutions in strategy, consulting, digital, technology and operations. Rumman’s work lies at the intersection of artificial intelligence and humanity. She has been honored as a fellow of the Royal Society of the Arts, one of Silicon Valley’s 40 under 40, and as one of BBC’s 100 Women of 2017. She is actively involved with the IEEE, the Partnership on AI, and the World Economic Forum, working on fairness, accountability, and transparency in AI. She has been featured in publications such as the Financial Times, FastCompany, MIT Tech Review, Forbes and Axios for her work on applied AI ethics.
Dr. John P. Sullins III, is a full professor of philosophy at Sonoma State University in California. He holds a PhD in Philosophy, Computers and Cognitive Science from Binghamton University, in 2002. His specializations are in the philosophy of technology, philosophical issues of artificial intelligence/robotics, cognitive science, philosophy of science, engineering ethics, and computer ethics. His recent research interests are found in the philosophical and ethical implications of autonomous technologies such as Robotics and AI. With a particular emphasis on the ethical design of successful autonomous machines.
Publication Year: 2018