Join Barton Poulson for an in-depth discussion in this video Accountability laws, part of AI Accountability Essential Training.
- [Instructor] When things go wrong with AI,…there's an important question…about who is responsible or accountable.…Well, up to this point we've had a lot of voluntary…accountability and well, it's nice to rely on the kindness…of strangers, it's not always the best solution.…The laws, as it turns out, that govern AI are still in flux.…We don't know what new places will be passing laws…and we don't know how they'll be interpreted…and so up till now we're relying kind of on voluntary…regulation and coordination by major firms…and there has been some important progress…in that respect but that only works until the costs…of voluntary regulation become prohibitive…and so we come back to the issue…of laws that enforce accountability.…
So, for example, in the UK, companies…are responsible for the harm.…The GDPR allows for due process when people…feel they have been harmed by AI…and as we've learned with the Volkswagen diesel engine…scandal, the executives may be held responsible…for deliberate harm and in VW's case,…
- Bias in AI
- Navigating the social challenges of AI
- Moral reasoning and relational ethics
- General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and AI
- Discrimination in data
- Liability and AI
- AI in life-and-death situations
- Confronting the challenges of AI as a developer, executive, and consumer
Skill Level Intermediate
1. The Context for AI
2. Technical Challenges of AI
3. Social Challenges of AI
4. Legal Challenges of AI
5. Safety Challenges of AI
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6. Confronting the Challenges of AI
Next steps2m 52s
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