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The greatest risk in emerging technology is the perpetuation of bias in automated technologies dependent upon data sets. Solutions created with racial, gender or demographic bias, whether unintentional or not can perpetuate tragic inequities socially and economically. This is the first of five courses within the Certified Ethical Emerging Technologist (CEET) professional certificate and it is designed for learners seeking to advocate and promote the ethical use of data-driven technologies. Students will learn what emerging technologies are and how they can be used to create data driven solutions. You will learn types of bias and common ethical theories and how they can be applied to emerging technology, and examine legal and ethical privacy concepts as they relate to technologies such as artificial intelligence, machine learning and data science fields. Throughout the course learners begin to distinguish which types of bias may cause the greatest risk and which principles to apply to strategically respond to ethical considerations....

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AJ
Nov 16, 2020

Great content and the assignment was very helpful in applying the concepts learned. Thank you for putting together this course.

DA
Nov 12, 2020

very informative on artificial intelligence. i enjoyed the classes

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By Aishwarya J

Nov 17, 2020

Great content and the assignment was very helpful in applying the concepts learned. Thank you for putting together this course.

By DEBORAH A

Nov 13, 2020

very informative on artificial intelligence. i enjoyed the classes

By Winston A W

Dec 30, 2020

Excellent, thank you.

By Ricardo A A G

Nov 10, 2020

Excellent

By eduardo v

Mar 1, 2021

There is nothing in this curse that would help you to get better in AI ethics that a good book will not add. Furthermore, the presenters just speak structured text and do not show any slides that help the learners at all. The sound its horrible after week 3.