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Friday, February 25 • 11:30am - 12:30pm
The Importance of Ethics in Artificial Intelligence

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Make mistakes, accept failure, persevere, collaborate, empathize and consider someone else’s perspective! K-12 students are encouraged to be human in their everyday learning environments. However, how do we ensure that the Artificial Intelligence algorithms that are becoming more pervasive in our lives are also doing so. There are many efforts underway to make AI more human-centered and fair, and in this session you will learn about the sources of unfairness in AI, the role of abstraction, frameworks and traps we can fall into when abstracting. This presentation will provide you with interactive classroom resources to help you discuss this topic with your students and understand the role of data literacy and computational thinking in AI, and how open communities are leading efforts into ethical AI.

Speakers
avatar for Byron Chu

Byron Chu

Program Manager, Data Science, Math/ Ethics in AI
Byron graduated from the University of Calgary with a PhD in Biochemistry and today he applies the same scientific principles to data and cloud-enabled projects. Since 2018, he has led the Callysto project in training teachers across Canada on bringing open data and data literacy... Read More →
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Vishal Balashankar

Vishal has a MSc in Chemical Engineering from the University of Alberta, where he also worked as a Research Associate at the Laboratory for Advanced Separation Process. At the university, he developed a rapid evaluation tool for the chemists and engineers for a carbon capture process... Read More →

Hosts

Friday February 25, 2022 11:30am - 12:30pm MST
Zoom Recording