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Join us as we explore the most important trends in technology and their ethical, moral, and societal implications. VR, artificial intelligence, big data, cybersecurity, surveillance -- experts will help us explore how these and other trends are reshaping how we live and interact, the dangers of them, and ways we can collectively guide them for the social good through a culture and values based innovation lens.

Produced by DreamGalaxy Labs|Advisory. @itrustculture #TrustCulture
Hosted by Brian Asingia, Author Cashless Society 101, The Last Digital Frontier @brianasingia #thelastdigitalfeontier #askasingia

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Upcoming events (5)

Ethical Tech NYC Dinner Series: Executive Strategy (Data, A.I + Cybersecurity)

How can you or your business prepare for and create a culture for the #futureofwork? Small drink/ light dinner set up conversations on practical applications of culture and values based innovations to current and future biases and challenges in Automation (A.I ), Data Privacy and Cybersecurity as well as immersive media (AR/VR/360). The sessions are both educational and to facilitate collaborations across members.

Cornell Tech: Digital Life Seminar RSVP

Cornell Tech

The Digital Life Initiative is excited to announce this week’s Digital Life Seminar, Zachary Lipton, Assistant Professor at Carnegie Mellon University, presenting “Fairness & Interpretability in Machine Learning and the Dangers of Solutionism”. RSVP: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSezFel3f_slw6QVIUeSpTYenfO2KTSV9YApEnuY2pL56shOOw/viewform Supervised learning algorithms are increasingly operationalized in real-world decision-making systems. Unfortunately, the nature and desiderata of real-world tasks rarely fit neatly into the supervised learning contract. Real data deviates from the training distribution, training targets are often weak surrogates for real-world desiderata, error is seldom the right utility function, and while the framework ignores interventions, predictions typically drive decisions. While the deep questions concerning the ethics of AI necessarily address the processes that generate our data and the impacts that automated decisions will have, neither ML tools, nor proposed ML-based solutions tackle these problems head on. This talk explores the consequences and limitations of employing ML-based technology in the real world, the limitations of recent solutions (so-called fair and interpretable algorithms) for mitigating societal harms, and contemplates the meta-question: when should (today's) ML systems be off the table altogether? Read more > RSVP: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSezFel3f_slw6QVIUeSpTYenfO2KTSV9YApEnuY2pL56shOOw/viewform Time: Thursday, March 5, 12:30 to 1:45pm Place: Room 165 Bloomberg Center, Cornell Tech. The seminar is open to all, but visitors from outside of Cornell Tech must RSVP and sign into security in the Bloomberg Center foyer beforehand. Directions to Cornell Tech are available here. https://www.dli.tech.cornell.edu/gethere After the seminar, Cornell affiliates who are not able to attend in person can find a recording at this link > https://cornell.mediasite.com/Mediasite/Login/saml?ReturnUrl=%2fMediasite%2fCatalog%2fFull%2faa9feb74af0e449cba69e53fdca561d521 We look forward to seeing you on Thursday! The DLI Team

Ethical Tech NYC Career Series: A.I, Data, Cybersecurity

Looking for a job or hiring? Need to make a career change or adapt to the #futureofwork? Small drink/ light dinner set up conversations on practical applications of culture and values based innovations to current and future biases and challenges in Automation (A.I ), Data Privacy and Cybersecurity as well as immersive media (AR/VR/360). The sessions are both educational and to facilitate collaborations across members.

The Last Digital Frontier Summit by DreamGalaxy TV

The Culture Center

$25.00

How can you or your business prepare for and create a culture for the #futureofwork? Keynotes on Digital Identity, Ownership, Trust and Scale followed by panelists, Q&A, AR demos and dance/networking. Contact us to speak, sponsor or volunteer. Conversations on practical applications of culture and values based innovations to current and future biases and challenges in Automation (A.I ), Data Privacy and Cybersecurity as well as immersive media (AR/VR/360). The sessions are both educational and to facilitate collaborations across members.

Past events (44)

Ethical NYC: Monthly Happy Hour

Elliot library 507

$5.00

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