Getting to ‘good outcomes’ from AI-generated decisions: What are they and who decides?
It’s widely agreed that automated decisions generated using AI should be underpinned by ethics and responsible good practice. It’s also a strongly held view that decisions should yield ‘good’ outcomes for the people on the receiving end — and for society as a whole. But ‘good outcomes’ are difficult to define. Do we mean good for individuals, or the wider good? Good in all situations or just this one? Whose version of good are we using and how do we measure it? Who gets to decide – individuals, companies, policymakers? Join this session to learn the answers.