Learn from Googlers who are working to ensure that a robust framework for ethical AI principles are in place, and that Google’s products do not amplify or propagate unfair bias, stereotyping, or prejudice. Hear about the research they are doing to evolve artificial intelligence towards positive goals: from accountability in the ethical deployment of AI, to the tools needed to actually build them, and advocating for the inclusion of concepts such as race, gender, and justice to be considered as part of the process.
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Speaker(s): Jen Gennai, Margaret Mitchell, Jamila Smith-Loud
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Fair is not the default. In the rush to Artificial General Intelligence and automating all the things, how will we stay in touch with our humanity when making the product design decisions of the future? Josh Lovejoy is a Staff User Experience Designer in the Experimental Design Group at Google, where he works at the intersection of product design, ethics, and artificial intelligence. He believes that human-centered design thinking can change the world for the better; that by seeking to address the unmet needs of people—instead of just technological opportunity—we can build tools that nourish, restore, and augment human capability.
Josh leads UX for the People + AI Research initiative, and most recently before that, led AI UX for the Google Clips camera, and co-founded a cross-company program dedicated to machine learning fairness. Prior to Google, he worked at Amazon and co-founded a startup. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at https://www.ted.com/tedx