Continuing our series of two posts on the topic of Machine Learning Ethics.
In part two of his series on this topic, guest blogger Francesco Corea, moves on to consider moral accountability. How might an accountability, to act in an ethical way, be codified into algorithms or complete machine learning products?
Drawing on sources as diverse as the World Economic Forum & MIT Technology Review, Francesco guides us through some of the issues. he is pragmatic about where there are not yet easy answers, but also helps us to consider the challenge of liability. (more…)