Algorithmic Fairness with Alice Xiang – Intel on AI – Season 2, Episode 12

December 16th, 2020 |
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In this episode of Intel on AI guest Alice Xiang, Head of Fairness, Transparency, and Accountability Research at the Partnership on AI, talks with host Abigail Hing Wen, Intel AI Tech Evangelist and New York Times best-selling author, about algorithmic fairness—the study of how algorithms might systemically perform better or worse for certain groups of people and the ways in which historical biases or other systemic inequities might be perpetuated by algorithmic systems.

The two discuss the lofty goals of the Partnership on AI, why being able to explain how a model arrived at a specific decision is important for the future of AI adoption, and the proliferation of criminal justice risk assessment tools.

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