Part 1: A Journey into Practical Ethics and AI

Hello World,

 

I have not posted in a while since I have been a little pre-occupied doing my job.  I read daily and keep so many articles on AI and I see the tide come in and go out on opinion on where AI is in being used and how advanced or how simplistic it currently is.

But one thing seems to be ringing true and that ethical practises in AI need to be addressed.  I here about some companies calling for regulation or “laser” regulation which sounds to be a bit concerning.  

When I work with clients the discussion of data and the ethical use are discussed because without clean and ethically clean data the AI algorithm or digital platform will fail.  Once you get into the AI side of the discussion then you are into areas of bias, variance and transparency.  

So from my perspective I see ethical practices to being fundamental in all aspects of implementing AI.  I have said this many times but regardless of industry or technology you can reduce the discussion to a strategy around People, Process and Policy.

So with the rubric in hand of those three principles I am going to set off on a journey step by step to look at how practical ethics can be applied to people, process and policy in the realm of using AI technology. 

Wish me luck and may the trade winds be at my back.

BTW the images may be a little random but they are mine and they just give you something nice to look at while thinking about applying ethical practices to your data and AI journey.

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