In this video, learn where to go from here and how to put the different strands together.
- [Martin] We've reached the end of the course. … By now, you should have a solid foundation … for responsible AI and can bring it to life, … not only in your work, but also start thinking about … how it's affecting you in your world. … But this is far from the end of the journey. … Creating and maintaining responsible systems … isn't something you do once and just check a box. … It's an ongoing process, not to mention, … this is a field that's changing quickly, … so there's always more to discover and learn. … So here are a few steps … if you'd like to continue your journey. … First, start looking into researchers … that are specifically looking … at how AI's being developed and deployed. … They're usually on the cutting edge of this area, … and finding them and following them on social media, … as well as reading their recent papers, … will help you stay ahead of the curve. … Second, have a look into open source projects … that involve privacy and ethical decision-making. … GitHub's a great place to find these projects …
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