ethics regulatory Articles and Reports
This section features our articles and reports about ethical and governance concerns of artificial intelligence. From AI risk to impact on human wellbeing, explore our coverage below:
Daniel Faggella, CEO and founder at Emerj, kicked off the Technology Association of Georgia's first major event on AI Ethics in May 2019. While he could not be physically present at the event, Daniel addressed the audience through a short video on AI ethics.
It isn't surprising that many Google search results for "artificial intelligence for government surveillance" involve China. The consensus is that China is either catching up or overtaking the US in AI research, and it's quite open about using AI for government surveillance of its own people.
The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) comprises about 421,000 members in over 160 countries, and is known to most in the tech community for its publications, technology standards, conferences, and professional and educational activities. The organization has been developing internationally recognized technology standards for decades.
A discussion on AI ethics and the way AI might influence policy necessarily involves three stakeholders: world governments and policymakers, industry leaders and regulatory compliance bodies, and business executives making strategic decisions.
This article is based on a talk by Emerj.com (formerly TechEmergence) CEO Daniel Faggella at a recently held independently organized TEDxURI event. Part of the talk was on the impact of artificial intelligence on job security.
This article is based on a presentation at a joint United Nations / INTERPOL conference for law enforcement agencies held in Singapore entitled “Machine Learning and Machine Vision Cutting-Edge Trends and Implications in Law Enforcement” delivered by Emerj CEO Daniel Faggella.