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September 25, 2019
2019-6177

Better Innovation podcast series: Season 3 Episode 1 Is AI automating human biases?

In this premiere episode of season 3, Jeff begins EY's season-long focus on Artificial Intelligence with Bob Suh, Founder and CEO of OnCorps and a powerhouse of AI expertise.

Bob looks at how human patterns of overconfidence, insecurity and self-denial get programmed deep into the systems we’ve designed to improve our decision-making. What happens when AI automates a mistake?

As we move into another election cycle that will be dominated by the algorithmic spreading of information, Bob takes a reflective look at the human condition and how honest inputs—both when they’re good and when they’re bad—is the only way to build the integrity, efficacy and world-changing positive benefits that AI can, and should, provide. Listen now

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