This US focused report considers four distinct ways of incorporating Artificial Intelligence into credit lending. It highlights the existing racial bias in credit scores, where white / non-hispanic individuals are likely to have a much higher credit score than black / African American individuals. And argues that although introducing AI could potentially exacerbate current biases, […]
This report provides an overview of AI and Climate Change with considerations for AI Climate Solutions. It discusses values-based climate communication and the difference between climate engagement and climate manipulation. A good source on localising climate visualisation, and how AI has been utilised to do this (including the risks).
Comprehensive report on worker sentiment about the general outlook for the workplace and the long-term prospects for the jobs they’re holding. High levels of anxiety in workers due to automation.
Comprehensive report on the future of work, increase of automation/digitalisation of tasks and its impact on employment relations and workplace.
News article which argues that whilst AI facial recognition during exams might be fair, it is both an invasion of privacy and is at risk of bringing unwarranted biases.
A report exploring the racial bias challenges of the police’s use of live facial recognition technology in the United Kingdom. It focuses on the implications of the technology for people of colour and Muslims – two heavily surveilled groups in society.
Algorithms used for predictive policing rely on datasets which are inherently biased because of historically over- or under-policing certain communities. This results in the amplification of those biases.
A good summary of the differences between predictive analytics – used in AI – and traditional methods, in terms of methods and impact.