The Linkedin Group for AI and Robot Ethics welcomed its 250th member in February 2020.
Current members’ job titles include African Artificial Intelligence Evangelist, AI Consultant, AI Enthusiast, AI Ethics & Law, AI Ethics Lead, AI Ethics Policy Researcher, AI Ethics Researcher, Antitrust & regulatory advisor, Applied AI Ethics, Applied Mathematician, Artificial Intelligence & Computer Vision engineer, Associate Data Scientist, Associate Professor Information and Computer Sciences, Barrister, Business Strategy AI Ethics, Control Systems Specialist, Corporate Social Responsibility Manager, Counsellor, Data Governance, Data & Insight Manager, Data Scientist, Digital Transformation, Director of AI, Director of Knowledge and Innovation, Director of Policy, Director of UX, Disruptive Technology Scout, Diversity & Inclusion Campaigner, Ethics in Organisations, Ethical Technology, Ethical Technology | Public Policy, Global AI Ethics and Regulation, Futurist, Group Vice President: Data Science, Head of Data Science, Head of Privacy and Data Protection, Head of the Centre for Artificial Intelligence and Robotics, Machine Learning Researcher, ML/NLP Data Leader, MSc Data Science, Operating Officer, Phd AI Law, Philanthropist, Physicist, Policy Analyst – AI and Society, Prof. Computer Science, Professor in Digital Economy, Professor of Learning Informatics, Professor of Philosophy, Public Speaker, Reader in Human Computer Interaction, Research Associate, Research Manager, Risk Manager, Robots – RPA specialist, Senior Competition and Technology lawyer, Senior Data Scientist, Sex-Robot Researcher, Smart Cities, Smartphone Product Planning, Strategy, Student, TEDx Speaker, Tutor, Vice Chair.
Companies that members work for include Aalborg University, AI for Good, AI Observatory, Accenture, Apple, AGISI, Arm (ML Group), AssurUs Patient Safety Solutions, Barclays AI Eagle Labs, Bionic, Boston Consulting Group, Brock Solutions, Center for Human-Compatible AI, Cognition and Brain Sciences Unit – MRC Cambridge, Computer Laboratory, University of Cambridge, Design Futures, Doteveryone, DXC Technology, EFPC, EY, Future Corporate, Google, Google Cloud Professional Services, HSBC,Loughborough University, Intelligent Health, International Committee of the Red Cross, KI Space Systems, Montreal AI Ethics Institute, National Law School of India University, Nationwide Building Society, Nelson Mandela African Institution of Science and Technology, Nestlé, Ngaoundere University, Nomura, Northwestern University, NOVA Law School, Oracle, Oxford Brooks University, Publicis.Sapient, PwC, reputable.ai, RPA Development, Robotto Co, Royal Bank of Scotland, Royal College of Art, Saas, SAP, Sheffield Hallam University, SRI International, Sopra Steria, Stanford, Stilla Technologies, Technical University of Moldova, Technology for Good, Trint, University College London, UCL Institute of Education, United Nations, University of Exeter, University of Hertfordshire, University of Oxford, University of Technology Sydney, University of Texas at Arlington, University of Warwick, University of the Witwatersrand, Vision4health, Whitehall & Industry Group, Wluper, Women in Machine Learning & Data Science, Women Leading in AI Network.
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It’s great to see the group (started in June 2019) grow so rapidly, especially with people working in the ethics and regulation of AI and robotic systems. This is a non-commercial group intended to identify and support people working in AI ethics, build a repository of knowledge (see http://aiethics.ai), and develop / disseminate AI ethics knowledge and skills into practice world-wide.
Please encourage others you know to join this community, especially if they work in policy, research, design or development of AI, and want to keep up to date with the ethical issues. We estimate that we need at least 1,000 members to get to a critical mass where people are regularly finding and posting relevant items that others in the group would find useful. Please play a part in this by starting conversations and posting items. We also welcome part-time volunteers to work developing aiethics.ai. We will also consider sponsorship of parts of the aiethics.ai site by organisations working in ethics, regulation, research and policy.
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