“Any business should ensure that its decision-making is fair, accurate and avoids bias or discrimination. This proposition should be equally true for decision-making that uses AI systems” – Australian Human Rights Commission
It is increasingly clear that organisations need to have robust governance in place to ensure safety, privacy, accountability and transparency in algorithms.
Please join us on Wednesday, 10 March 2021 for a virtual discussion on ethical artificial intelligence (AI). You will leave with a greater understanding about the tools your organisations can use to alleviate ethical concerns.
Facilitator Susan Bennett, InfoGovANZ Founder & Executive Director, will be joined by special guests:
- Edward Santow – Australian Human Rights Commissioner
- Elizabeth Tydd – NSW Information Commissioner
- Aurelie Jacquet – Chair of AI Standards and Australian Standards
- Lee Wan Sie – Director (Trusted AI & Data), Info-Communications Media Development Authority
Discussion will cover:
- What is ethical AI?
- How do you address bias when using AI to make automated decisions fairer?
- How can organisations operationalise AI principles?
- What is algorithmic transparency in government decision-making?
- What do government agencies need to do to protect information access rights of citizens where automated decisions are made?
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