A two hour interactive introduction to the operation and oversight of AI systems with a focus on the responsible use of AI.
Intended audience: People from Australian industry without extensive knowledge of AI. This is likely to include people from a wide variety of industries (manufacturing, health, finance, agriculture, software, etc) and organisation sizes (SMEs to corporates) and are likely to be people who are considering the use of AI in their businesses or may be at the early stages of using AI.
By the end of the course, we expect that participants will
- have a basic understanding of how AI systems work and how they differ from traditional software systems
- understand the kinds of application areas that might be suited to AI systems, and how AI systems and humans benefit from working together
- understand some of the challenges in building, operating and overseeing AI systems
- understand some of the ethical risks in designing and deploying AI systems, and principles for addressing those risks.
Basic ability to take in technical information (for example, ability to read charts).
A combination of presentation, interactives (used by participants themselves) and Q&A.
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