Tag: prediction

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euobserver.com > Fieke Jansen and Sarah Chander
Why EU needs to be wary that AI will increase racial profiling
19 apr. 2021 - This week the EU announces new regulations on artificial intelligence. It needs to set clear limits on the most harmful uses of AI, including predictive policing, biometric mass surveillance, and applications that exacerbate historic patterns of racist policing.
 · artificial-intelligence · black-struggle · eu · police · prediction · predictive-policing · racist-technology

www.marketingjournal.org > Christian Sarkar and Daniel Erasmus
“Beyond Scenario Planning” – An Interview with Daniel Erasmus
23 mar. 2021 - Since 1996 Daniel Erasmus, as a leading futurist and thinker, has been conducting scenario planning processes on technology, governance, education and the environment for governmental, foundation, and corporate clients. Daniel is a founder and director of the Digital Thinking Network (DTN), providing scenario thinking and process transformation as well as expert systems that bring real-time analysis of media and public discourse to forward-looking organizations. Daniel has worked with clients that include Royal Dutch Shell, Schlumberger, Sanoma, Telenor, Vodafone, KONE, Nokia, Rabobank, the city Rotterdam, and the Dutch Ministries of Foreign Affairs, Economic Affairs, and Spatial Planning. In the public sector, the DTN’s transformation work includes the groundbreaking initiative to half Rotterdam’s CO2 emissions by 2025 and to transform Rotterdam into Europe’s leading intercultural city. He lead the Economic Development Board of Rotterdam’s creation of an International Advisory Board.
 · artificial-intelligence · electric-cars · futurism · innovation · planning · play · prediction · scenario-thinking · shell

phenomenalworld.org > Cosmo Grant
Is it impossible to be fair?
23 aug. 2019 - This post is about fairness. In particular, it's about some interesting recent results, which came out of attempts to check whether particular automated prediction tools were fair, but which seem to have a more general consequence: that in a wide variety of situations it's impossible to make fair predictions. As Kleinberg et al. put it in their abstract: "These results suggest some of the ways in which key notions of fairness are incompatible with each other."
 · algorithmic-bias · compas · fairness · machine-learning · prediction · probability · statistics