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AI & the Future of Work: Do we have the right tools?

AI & the Future of Work: Do we have the right tools?

Update: 2021-04-06
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The future of work is changing, fast. AI is making waves in all kinds of industries, but despite the incredible results we're able to achieve, when it comes to the world of work, there are a lot of misconceptions...

Today, host Michael Bird explores AI and the future of work, from job displacement to educating the next generation. HPE Chief Technologist Matt Armstrong-Barnes talks machine learning in mission critical medicine; Google's Toju Duke explains how dodgy datasets cause bias; and Mary Towers shares the Trade Union Congress' fascinating findings about technology managing people. Plus, Simon-Peyton Jones, chair of the Computing At School group and the National Centre for Computing Education, fills us in on the UK's ambitious new computer science curriculum.

The long show notes for this episode can be found here: https://community.hpe.com/t5/HPE-Blog-UK-Ireland/AI-amp-the-Future-of-Work-Have-we-got-the-right-tools/ba-p/7128141#.YGv5W-hKiUk

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AI & the Future of Work: Do we have the right tools?

AI & the Future of Work: Do we have the right tools?

HPE UK&I, Michael Bird, Matt Armstrong-Barnes, Toju Duke, Mary Towers, Simon Peyton-Jones, Google, Trade Union Congress, Computing At School, National Centre for Computing Education