Algorithmic bias is a thorny topic with lots of examples of bad practice to point to. But what's the long-term solution to a problem that needs to be tacked if AI's potential is to be realized?
AI evangelists pay lip service to solving AI bias - perhaps through better algorithms or other computational means. But is this viable? Is bias in AI inevitable?
Transparency isn't the silver bullet that's going to address every ethical concern around AI deployment, but it's an essential bedrock on which to build.
Explainability has moved from an academic debate to a significant barrier to AI adoption. A slew of new tools and approaches are intended to address this problem - but will they close the explainability gap?
Big tech is playing a growing role in fighting climate change and promoting the use of data to encourage energy efficiency.
Some diverse, exciting technology innovations around drone technology, all of which demand a big dose of common sense from the sector and its regulators.
"The progress of mankind has been pretty much inextricably linked to energy" - E.ON Digital CEO Matthew Timms on the challenge and responsibility facing the organisation in a world of climate crisis.
We've established that unethical AI hurts protected classes - but it doesn't stop there. Across industries and regions, unethical AI can impact the entire population. Here's some questions to consider.
Challenging thoughts from an inspiring campaigner for diversity and inclusiveness in the AI sector.
We've been trying to teach "ethics" for years. Teaching AI ethics to organizations is proving to be just as problematic. Yet as the urgency of ethical AI increases, we need a way forward. What are the options?
'There is no practical reason why trust in AI cannot be created now' - Rolls-Royce's bold ethical initiative takes shape
Rolls-Royce CEO Warren East explains the background to a major new AI initiative intended to build trust and ethical deployment across multiple industry sectors.
Is the current obsession with AI Ethics doing any good? Maybe Asimov's Three Laws of Robotics wasn't such a great starting point after all
Chris Middleton speaks to the CEO of Canadian quantum cloud startup Xanadu about what it claims is the world’s first photonics-based quantum computing platform available in the cloud.