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Although most companies do not set out to make their AI systems unethical or to use them in unethical ways, concerns are starting to be raised around the world about the ethical issues (and risks) that AI is increasingly presenting – this includes issues around bias, fairness, equality, transparency, empathy, dignity, privacy, human control/ oversight, sustainability, resiliency and reliability to name but a few. So how can a non-sentient AI system be unethical?

Our experts unpack the ways your system can be impacting your business:

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AI Guides: AI and Ethical Frameworks
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