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  • Artificial Intelligence & Ethics

    Sponsored by: SAS

    AI adoption is becoming widespread, but with it comes some serious ethical questions. But some might think “how can something known for making informed decisions be unethical?” Access this white paper to learn why there are serious ethical considerations you should be making when deciding how to use this powerful technology.

  • Computer Weekly – 25 August 2020: When algorithms don't play fair

    Sponsored by: ComputerWeekly.com

    In this week's Computer Weekly, we report on the auditing of algorithms to countervail bias. We examine what CISOs can learn from Covid-19. And we assess how competent AI is at building applications that deliver the best possible customer experience, in our buyer's guide to modern software development. Read the issue now.

  • How To Start & Build An Effective Corporate Social Responsibility Program

    Sponsored by: Submittable

    Today’s consumers aren’t content with just using the cheapest product available—instead, they expect and seek out brands that engage in ethical habits. But how can your business make the ethical switch and build a corporate social responsibility program? Read this guide and its 9-step plan to learn how your company can grow its moral impact.

  • Computer Weekly – 4 February 2020: Ethics and the internet – how to build a web we can trust

    Sponsored by: ComputerWeekly.com

    In this week's Computer Weekly, we examine the steps being taken to ensure the future development of the web is ethical and open. We discuss the UK's cyber security skills gap and ask what more the government should be doing. And we find out how cloud technology could help people stop smoking. Read the issue now.

  • Computer Weekly – 25 June 2019: Saving bees with the internet of things

    Sponsored by: ComputerWeekly.com

    In this week's Computer Weekly, we find out how internet of things technologies and "smart hives" are helping bee conservation. We examine Facebook's new digital currency, Libra, and analyse its pros and cons. And we look at how IT leaders are rising to the challenge of delivering ethics and sustainability in tech. Read the issue now.

  • Computer Weekly – 28 May 2019: Technology at heart of Spurs' new stadium

    Sponsored by: ComputerWeekly.com

    In this week's Computer Weekly, the IT chief at Tottenham Hotspurs FC discusses the tech behind the most technologically advanced football stadium in the world. We also investigate how the data powering artificial intelligence is leading to discriminatory algorithms and explore the inherent risks in 5G mobile networks. Read the issue now.

  • AI in the UK: The only way is ethics

    Sponsored by: ComputerWeekly.com

    In this e-guide, we explore how enterprises must confront the ethical implications of AI use as they increasingly roll out technology that has the potential to reshape how humans interact with machines. We also shed a little light on the use of AI within politics - specifically through the controversial Brexit campaign.

  • Making AI More Human: Embedding Ethics in AI Systems

    Sponsored by: SAS

    AI has made it possible for applications to classify images, for cars to drive themselves, for people to use chatbots for customer service purposes, and more. However, AI also could also potentially have negative consequences. Read this e-guide to learn about how scientists plan to embed human ethics into AI systems.

  • GDPR: The Race is on for Compliance

    Sponsored by: Dell SecureWorks

    Learn if your organization is ready to ensure its compliance to the GDPR and what you need to know to take it seriously.

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