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The State of AI Ethics Panel (December 2020)
A transcript of the live chat discussion that took place during the event, including a curated list of resources mentioned, can be found here.
- Rumman Chowdhury – Global Lead for Responsible AI, Accenture (@ruchowdh)
- Danit Gal – Tech Advisor, United Nations (@danitgal)
- Katya Klinova – AI & Economy Program Lead, Partnership on AI (@klinovakatya)
- Amba Kak – Director of Global Policy & Programs, NYU’s AI Now Institute (@ambaonadventure)
- Abhishek Gupta – Founder, Montreal AI Ethics Institute (@atg_abhishek)
- Victoria Heath (Moderator) – Researcher, Montreal AI Ethics Institute (@victoria_heath7)
These panelists wrote exclusive content for the October edition of our State of AI Ethics Report, which can be found just below.
This report captures the most relevant developments in AI Ethics since July of 2020.
Includes exclusive content written by:
- Danit Gal (Tech Advisor, United Nations)
- Amba Kak (Director of Global Policy & Programs, NYU’s AI Now Institute)
- Rumman Chowdhury (Global Lead for Responsible AI, Accenture)
- Brent Barron (Director of Strategic Projects & Knowledge Management, CIFAR)
- Adam Murray (U.S. Diplomat working on tech policy, Chair of the OECD Network on AI)
- Thomas Kochan (Professor, MIT Sloan School of Management)
- Katya Klinova (AI & Economy Program Lead, Partnership on AI)
With this inaugural edition of the State of AI Ethics we hope to bring forward the most important developments that caught our attention at the Montreal AI Ethics Institute between March and June of 2020.
- Agency and Responsibility
- Security and Risk
- Jobs and Labor
- Bias and Algorithmic Justice
- Law and Governance
- Humans and AI
- And more!