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Intellectual Debt and the Death of the Programmer

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Technical debt is incurred when complex systems are rapidly deployed without due thought as to how they will be maintained. Intellectual debt is incurred when complex systems are rapidly deployed without due thought to how they’ll be explained.

Both problems are pervasive in the design and deployment of large scale algorithmic decision making engines.

In this talk, we’ll review the origin of the problem, and propose a roadmap for obtaining solutions. It’s a journey that will require collaboration between industry, academia, third sector, and government.

This talk is part of the Information Engineering Distinguished Lecture Series series.

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