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Webinar Resources Shared
- Register for Parts II and III of the AI Ethics Webinar Series here
- Presentation Slides
- NetHope's Emerging Technologies Initiative
- AI Primer webinar
- Report by USAID: Reflecting the Past, Shaping the Future: Making AI Work for International Development
- AI Suitability Framework for Nonprofits
Resources on Ethics
- MIT D-Lab, with the support from USAID: Exploring Fairness in Machine Learning for International Development
- The Alan Turing Institute: Understanding artificial intelligence ethics and safety
- The University of Edinburgh edX course: Data Ethics, AI and Responsible Innovation
- The Humanitarian Data Science and Ethics Group’s Ethical Framework
- The Berkman Klein Center at Harvard University: Principled AI
- EU High-level Group of Experts for an ethical and trustworthy Artificial Intelligence
- European Commission's High-Level Expert Group on AI: Ethics Guidelines for Trustworthy AI
- Assessment List helping you to develop and deploy ethical and trustworthy AI
- From Ethics Washing to Ethics Bashing: A View on Tech Ethics from Within Moral Philosophy
NetHope, USAID, MIT D-Lab, and Plan International are working together to deliver a set of webinars to equip the social impact sector with the information it needs to implement AI responsibly and ethically.
In this webinar, we will explore the following questions:
- What is ethics? Why does it matter?
- What is responsible innovation?
- What are some of the ethical issues surrounding technology use today?
- A practical example that highlights risks, issues, and path to achieving ethical technology solutions.
This webinar is part of the AI Ethics webinar series and we recommend attendance at all three webinars to get the most complete overview of this topic. We also invite you to share with us other AI ethics topics you’d like to see covered in future webinars. Please email your ideas to Leila Toplic; please include topics and potential speakers.
Leila Toplic, Lead for Emerging Technologies Initiative, NetHope
Nora Lindstrom, Global Lead for Digital Development, Plan International
Hycinth Umaran, Product Owner, Plan International
Kendra Leith, Associate Director for Research, MIT D-Lab
Amy Paul, Technical Advisor, USAID Center for Digital Development