Attribution 4.0 International
Finding could help overturn the prevailing notion that men and women experience angina differently.
Women are more likely to report multiple symptoms, and "the majority of women present just like men."
Pretrial risk assessments draw from “deeply flawed data" generated from arrest and conviction records, say researchers.
By Chelsea Barabas, Karthik Dinakar and Colin Doyle
Children are 1/3 of all Internet users, yet the algorithms that shape their experiences are rarely aligned with their interests or needs.
Jonathan Zittrain discusses the Assembly program at the Media Lab and Berkman Klein Center.
The Technology and Public Purpose Project sponsored an event to explore how new, ethical technologies can be developed.
Media Lab students, faculty, researchers and affiliates pitching panels at SXSW 2019
A report from the Symposium on Trust and Ethics of Autonomous Vehicles (STEAV).
Researchers at Harvard’s Berkman Klein Center are collaborating with MIT scholars to make sure openness and ethics inform AI.
The Media Lab and IEEE-SA have announced the creation of the Global Council on Extended Intelligence (CXI).
Machine learning and data science can help us better understand and address the underlying causes of poverty and crime.
Announcing the Global Council on Extended Intelligence
The medical profession has an ethic: First, do no harm.Silicon Valley has an ethos: Build it first and ask for forgiveness late...
Millions flow to steer AI in the right direction.
Robots only want your love...and occasionally some anonymized metadata.
A $27 million fund aimed at applying artificial intelligence to the public interest has announced the first targets for its beneficence: ...
The Ethics and Governance of Artificial Intelligence Fund, created in part by the Omidyar Network, Knight Foundation, and LinkedIn founde...
The Ethics and Governance of Artificial Intelligence Fund today announced $7.6 million in support to nine organizations that aim to bolst...
“Unlike humans, these machine algorithms are much harder to interrogate because you don’t actually know what they know,” says Joi Ito.
Bridging the gap between the humanities, the social sciences, and computing by addressing the global challenges of artificial intelligence.