Seminars & Colloquia
"What we need to UNLEARN in order to curate AI responsibly"
Friday November 11, 2022 10:00 AM
Location: None, EB2 NCSU Centennial Campus
Zoom Meeting Info (Visitor parking instructions)
Abstract: Artificial Intelligence (AI) enhances and amplifies human expertise, makes predictions more accurate, automates decisions and processes, optimizes employees’ time to focus on higher-value work, improves people’s overall efficiency, and will be KEY to helping Humankind travel to new frontiers and solve what feels now like insurmountable problems. But - we’ve got to get AI right. Can you trust the decisions made by an AI? Just because a decision is made by an AI does not mean that the results are morally or ethically sound. This talk will introduce listeners to very tangible and holistic steps that organizations and practitioners across diverse roles can take to nurture and develop truly responsible AI.
Short Bio: A fellow with the London-based Royal Society of Arts, Boinodiris has focused on inclusion in technology since 1999. She currently leads IBM Consulting’s Trustworthy AI Practice and serves on the leadership team of IBM’s Academy of Technology. Boinodiris is a co-founder of the Future World Alliance, a non-profit dedicated to curating K- 12 education in AI ethics. She is pursuing her Ph.D. in AI and Ethics at University College Dublin’s Smart Lab. In 2019, she won the United Nations Woman of Influence in STEM and Inclusivity Award and was recognized by Women in Games International as one of the Top 100 Women in the Games Industry as she began one of the first scholarship programs in the United States for women to pursue degrees in game design and development.
Special Instructions: Zoom only
Host: Munindar Singh, CSC