Beating the bias in AI
As organisations implement machine learning algorithms, it is crucial that we understand the implications of the biased decisions AI can make. ETIQ have built tools to detect and stop the bias, unfairness and bad decisions.
Should doctors prescribe kindness?
A doctors' practice has developed a parenting programme of events, lessons, and tools promoting kindness. Practicing kindness and purpose benefits children and helps kids care for others and flourish themselves.
Do you know who made your clothes?
With increased transparency, brands and consumers can identify whether or not people are being exploited in the supply chain or if the environment is being harmed. An example social enterprise in Nepal.
5 checkpoints for work as worship
Is our business a God-centred business, using profit for giving, innovating best products and services, building good processes, nurturing people? An altar to worship Him in a deeper, meaningful way?
They prayed that EA would be a company that honours God; gives back to the communities they buy from; build relationships with people and do right by them... Now 14 years later, Covid hits..
Online - The Robot Will See You Now - AI and Ethics
In the last decade, technology that used to belong in science fiction has become a reality in our world.
Artificial intelligence (AI) now plays a key role in daily activities as varied as getting a medical diagnosis or asking your satnav for directions. Big businesses are using AI to serve you exactly the right advert at exactly the right time. And some countries are already preparing for a future where there’s a reduced need – or desire – for human work, as AI does an increasing number of jobs for us.
AI has brought huge leaps forward in the ease and convenience of life and work. But that ‘progress’ also raises important social and ethical issues. How are we to relate to other people? What direction do we want to move in as a society? And, at the most basic level, what does it mean to be human?
New technology, old questions. So what might a millennia-old faith have to say to AI’s impact on our work, our relationships, and our medical treatment? Join Prof John Wyatt as he explores the answers to that very question.