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Would you trust an artificial intelligence to make a fairness evaluation?

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If you have a question about this talk, please contact Dr Ahmed Izzidien.

This talk will take place over Zoom.

In this short talk we review current methods used by engineers to program AI in order to make judgments on whether a course of action is fair. A clear challenge of defining fairness becomes apparent. To this end, a golden rule & Socratic theory of motivation behind actions, is proposed as a way forward in the design of a new algorithm.

Its use in the quantification of legal documents will be touched upon.

(No prior knowledge of programming or AI is required).

This research supported through an NGI Trust Award – EC Horizon 2020.

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