We need more African Americans in the C-suite: Hypergiant Chief Ethics Officer on diversity in AI
Hypergiant Chief Ethics Officer Will Griffin joins Yahoo Finance’s On The Move panel to discuss overcoming racial bias in AI systems and weigh in on the outlook for the tech industry.
World Economic Forum Talks AI Ethics With Hypergiant
AI is the software engine that drives the Fourth Industrial Revolution. Its impact can already be seen in homes, across businesses and impacting political processes. Kay Firth-Butterfield, Head of AI and Machine Learning at World Economic talks about AI ethics and the forum's AI board toolkit with Will Griffin, Chief Ethics Officer at Hypergiant.
Diversity & Inclusion Panel Discussion, Virtual Breakfast & Networking | VB Transform 2020
Diversity & Inclusion Panel Discussion, Virtual Breakfast & Networking
Hypergiant AI Ethics Part 1: Confronting Racial and Gender Bias in AI
Humans are inherently biased and it easily finds its way to the data. If machine learning-based systems are only as good as the data it's trained on, how do you confront racial and gender bias in artificial intelligence? In part 1 of Hypergiant's AI ethics webinar series, industry leaders explore how to solve these challenging issues in tech.
Better Satellite World "Risk" Series feat. Will Griffin, Chief Ethics Officer at HyperGiant
In this fifth episode of the Risk podcast series, SSPI Director of Development and Innovation Lou Zacharilla speaks with Will Griffin, Chief Ethics Officer at Hypergiant. This podcast series explores the various types of risks inherent in the industry and in life – risks that speak to innovation, hard work and leaning into fear. In this conversation, Will talks about the risks that will always be part of doing the right thing.
Harvard Law School Associations of Michigan and New York Discuss Why Voting Rights Matter
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Ethics in AI with Will Griffin and Sherri Greenberg | Austin Startup Week 2020
AI faces growing concerns about its applications and use, which have led to increased calls for regulation. With potential issues and concerns around its misuse becoming increasingly prevalent, how do we approach regulation, policy, and ethics to create a better world?