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|| Prove I Made a Low Carbon Choice – Can smart systems do this?
||Security and Sustainability Forum
|| Online Seminars
|| 2020/10/28 20:30 CEST
|| 2020/10/28 22:00 CESt
|| Online Seminar
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|| As AI becomes more pervasive, so too has the concern over how we can trust that it reflects human values. In the case of reducing carbon emissions, smart systems can lead to low carbon goods and services but can I be confident that I am making a low carbon buying decision when machine learning is providing the decision information?
Misconceptions about what AI can and cannot do abound, eroding trust in the abilities they do possess. And, perhaps most significantly, a lack of clarity over which jobs AI might impact breeds an additional level of distrust in the technology. AI thought leaders universally agree that it is mission critical to educate people about where disruptions might occur and to teach the skills that will be needed to perform new jobs AI will create in the future. Developing and deploying the technology in a responsible manner requires an effort of equal proportion, which means one or even a handful of organizations working toward that end is not enough. A significant collaboration within and across academia, industry and government is required to meet the challenge and ultimately build trust among consumers and stakeholders that their best interests are truly at heart and low carbon consumer decisions are truly low carbon. Join Microsoft and ASU thought leaders exploring the technology – human interface and how to get the most out of that ecosystem.