One of the biggest dangers in development of AI is that unconscious bias is being built into machine learning algorithms. The results of which will be deeply embedded, difficult to retract perceptions of a situation that may not represent the greater fact.
A hard pill to swallow when the nature of AI is to remove uncertainty. This is happening because development teams lack diversity on all grounds, particularly from a gender perspective. So we’re stepping up to help develop, connect and inspire women so they can make their contribution to the future of AI.
Women in AI is an initiative made possible with initial funding from the Australian Government’s Women in STEM and Entrepreneurship (WISE) program.