Ethical Machines (Harvard Business Review)
Friday, 22 July 2022

In this book, with the subtitle, "Your Concise Guide to Totally Unbiased, Transparent, and Respectful AI", Reid Blackman looks at AI ethics as a risk management challenge. He shows how to build, procure, and deploy AI in a way that's not only ethical but also safe in terms of your organization's reputation, regulatory compliance, and legal standing—and do it at scale. 

<ASIN:1647822815>

The book's purpose is to get work done, not to ponder deep and existential questions about ethics and technology. Blackman sets out how to put ethics into use by tackling the big three ethical risks with AI, bias, explainability, and privacy, and tells you what to do (and what not to do) to mitigate them.

Author: Reid Blackman
Publisher: Harvard Business Review
Date: July 2022
Pages: 224
ISBN: 978-1647822811
Print: 1647822815
Kindle: B09KNXTVLP
Audience: General
Level: Introductory/Intermediate
Category: Artificial Intelligence

 

For more Book Watch just click.

Book Watch is I Programmer's listing of new books and is compiled using publishers' publicity material. It is not to be read as a review where we provide an independent assessment. Some, but by no means all, of the books in Book Watch are eventually reviewed.

To have new titles included in Book Watch contact  BookWatch@i-programmer.info

Follow @bookwatchiprog on Twitter or subscribe to I Programmer's Books RSS feed for each day's new addition to Book Watch and for new reviews.

 

 

Banner
 


Scratch Programming In Easy Steps (2e)

Author: Sean McManus
Publisher: In Easy Steps (2019)
Pages: 216
ISBN: 978-1840788594
Print: 1840788593
Kindle: B00IDDZL78
Audience: Kids, their parents and teachers
Rating: 5
Reviewer: Lucy Black

What's Scratch all about and how do you use it? This book has the answer.



3D Printing: An Introduction

Author: Stephanie Torta
Publisher: Mercury Learning
Date: December 2018
Pages: 370
ISBN: 978-1683922094
Print: 1683922093
Kindle: B07NMTKLXQ
Audience: Users of 3D printers
Rating: 3
Reviewer: Harry Fairhead
3D printers have gone from the latest thing to very useful things, but we still need introductions [ ... ]


More Reviews