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AI Ethics

November 24, 2022

AI Ethics
High-profile examples of harm associated with algorithm failure and misuse have garnered significant public concern (e.g. manipulation of the democratic process, discriminatory practice in criminal justice sentencing, and bias against racial and gender categories in the labour market). The field of AI ethics refers to the literature and to the community of people interested in this space. One high-profile manifestation of this is the formation of specialist ethics councils and teams to deliberate on conundrums regarding the use, access and openness of platforms and technologies (such as social media and messaging apps, etc.). For instance, the banning of particular public figures as well as lay users for use of the services in a manner that is not acceptable has been a constant theme in the public debate.

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THE INTELLIGENT ENTERPRISE FOR CARGO COMPANIES

whitePaper | November 15, 2019

The demands of running global supply chains can be unrelenting – perfection of operations, innovation in support of lastmile delivery, and assurances of sustainability in the pursuit of delivering the “perfect order” as promised. Now, transportation companies face the additional challenge of sharpening their core competencies while increasing the pace of innovation, adapting emerging technologies, and sharing data with their customers to improve transparency and efficiency. Long characterized by capital-intensive assets, forward-looking cargo companies are turning their attention to the data that comes from their own assets and infrastructure as well as from their customers. It is a complex transition, one that requires knowledge-based labor, automation, and predictive planning to turn transportation companies into digital platforms.

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Recommendations on Updating the National Artificial Intelligence Research and Development Strategic Plan

whitePaper | March 30, 2022

The Stanford Institute for Human-Centered Artificial Intelligence (HAI) offers the following submission for consideration in response to the Request for Information(RFI) by the White House Office of Science and Technology to the Update of the National Artificial Intelligence Research and Development Strategic Plan.

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WHAT JOBS ARE AFFECTED BY AI?

whitePaper | December 15, 2019

The debate between experts over how automation will affect the future of work has been one of the most active cottage industries in labor economics in recent years. Numerous scholars forecast major disruptions of human work; others minimize those impacts. And yet, the field has nevertheless managed to generate a number of shared insights, with none more consistent than the finding that least welloff will suffer automation’s greatest shocks on the labor market.

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Beyond the hype: A guide to understanding and successfully implementing artificial intelligence within your business

whitePaper | January 4, 2022

When people hear AI they often think about sentient robots and magic boxes. AI today is much more mundane and simple—but that doesn’t mean it’s not powerful. Another misconception is that high-profile research projects can be applied directly to any business situation. AI done right can create extreme return on investments (ROIs)—for instance through automation or precise prediction. But it does take thought, time and proper implementation. We have seen that success and value generated by AI projects is increased when there is a grounded understanding and expectation of what the technology can deliver from the C-suite down.

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Unpacking AI Procurement in a Box: Insights from Implementation

whitePaper | May 9, 2022

This document is published by the World Economic Forum as a contribution to a project, insight area or interaction. The findings, interpretations and conclusions expressed herein are a result of a collaborative process facilitated and endorsed by the World Economic Forum but whose results do not necessarily represent the views of the World Economic Forum, nor the entirety of its Members, Partners or other stakeholders

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The future of AI is hybrid

whitePaper | May 15, 2023

The future of AI is hybrid. As generative AI adoption grows at record-setting speeds1 and drives higher demand for compute,2 AI processing must be distributed between the cloud and devices for AI to scale and reach its full potential – just like traditional computing evolved from mainframes and thin clients to today’s mix of cloud and edge devices. A hybrid AI architecture distributes and coordinates AI workloads among cloud and edge devices, rather than processing in the cloud alone. The cloud and edge devices, such as smartphones, vehicles, PCs, and IoT devices, work together to deliver more powerful, efficient, and highly optimized AI.

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