Toward More Ethical and Human-Centric Artificial Intelligence | Overview of Certificate in Ethical Artificial Intelligence
Artificial intelligence (AI) methods are rapidly gaining in importance in many critical applications in medicine, business, autonomous cars, banking, law, loan approvals, rental approvals and beyond. However, these methods are inherently complex and often difficult to understand and explain, often contain inappropriate biases and hence result in challenges to their adoption and validation and may even cause discrimination. These concerns received increased attention among scientists, but also among the general public and politicians, as evidenced in increased press and public attention to these issues worldwide.
- Denise Kleinrichart, Business
- Carlos Montemayor, Philosophy
- Dragutin Petkovic, Computer Science