The Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS) will be developing “fairness metrics” in credit risk scoring and customer marketing as part of the first phase of its Veritas initiative.
The Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS) is working with banks and technology firms to develop measures to judge customers fairly when artificial intelligence (AI) is used to assess their credit risk.
The chief customer officer of Insurance Australia Group says driverless cars will not kill the insurance sector, but they will substantially change how the industry operates.
AI deployments are saturating businesses but few are thinking about the ethics of how algorithms work and the impact it has on people.
The Coalition government has revealed plans to create guidelines to ensure artificial intelligence is responsibly developed and applied in Australia.
The NSW government has begun considering what an ethics policy framework might look like for artificial intelligence in a bid to drive agencies to adopt the technology.
The Australian's Technology editor Supratim Adhikari and technology reporter David Swan look at the innovations that will change our lives in 2019.
Not-for-profit Gradient Institute will release open source tools and provide training in bid to make machine learning fairer.
Three eminent Australian organisations announced on Thursday they will collaborate to create the Gradient Institute, an independent non-profit body, to research and implement the ethical behaviour of artificial intelligence (AI).
Insurance Australia Group (IAG) has today unveiled a new partnership with the CSIRO’s Data61 and University of Sydney to launch a research and advocacy institute concerned with the ethical use of artificial intelligence.