Applying AI Ethics Research in Practice

February 2020 Summary from FAccT 2020 CRAFT SessionAI Ethics practitioners in industry look to researchers for insights on how to best identify and mitigate harmful bias in their organization’s AI solutions and create more fair or equitable outcomes. However, it can be a challenge to apply those research insights

03 Mar 2021 • #ethics

Model Cards for AI Model Transparency

At Salesforce, we take seriously our mission to create and deliver AI technology that is responsible, accountable, transparent, empowering, and inclusive. These principles ensure that our AI is safe, ethical, and engenders trust.

29 Sep 2020 • #ethics

Living Ethics in AI: How to Expand from Principles to Impact

Published: August 6, 2019 Earlier this year, Danielle Cass and I ran a workshop with 23 ethical AI practitioners from 15 organizations and shared out insights of what they are doing that has been successful and the open questions or challenges they are working through. A few months later, Matt

06 Aug 2019 • #ethics

Building Ethics into AI: Lessons Learned from Pioneers in the Trenches

Published: July 10, 2019 As a discipline, those of us working on ethical or responsible AI, are learning together how to translate ethical principles into business practices that work for each of our organizations. The result is a shared community of practice. In this blog post, we share early lessons

10 Jul 2019 • #ethics

Beyond the Algorithm: Learn How to Build Trusted AI with Trailhead

Published: May 30, 2019 With the advent of low-code developer tools, people of varying skill levels and backgrounds — not just those with PhDs — are not only able to leverage the benefits of artificial intelligence (AI), but also build intelligent systems. As access to AI widens and the depth of its

30 May 2019 • #ethics

Ethics in AI research papers and articles

This is my obsessively curated list of research papers and articles on ethics in AI that I have been collecting over the years. Ones in bold are those that I refer back to and found particularly useful. Let me know if I am missing your favorites.

20 Jan 2019 • #ethics