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Public Policy with Partnership on AI’s Terah Lyons – Intel on AI Season 2 – Episode 14

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In this episode of Intel on AI guest Terah Lyons, Executive Director of Partnership on AI, talks with host Abigail Hing Wen, Intel AI Tech Evangelist and New York Times best-selling author, about her previous work as Policy Advisor to the United States Chief Technology Officer Megan Smith in President Barack Obama’s Office of Science and Technology Policy, her thoughts on the role policymakers should play in the field of artificial intelligence (AI), and the ongoing efforts of the Partnership on AI. The two discuss how organizations can align their values and prioritize incentives around developing AI that helps workers, the importance of measuring such outcomes, and why practical frameworks for AI can help people outside the field better understand the benefits of AI. Follow Terah on Twitter: twitter.com/terahlyons Follow Abigail on Twitter: twitter.com/abigailhingwen Learn more about Intel’s work in AI: intel.com/ai

13 Jan 2021

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Public Policy with Partnership on AI’s Terah Lyons – Intel on AI Season 2 – Episode 14

Intel on AI

In this episode of Intel on AI guest Terah Lyons, Executive Director of Partnership on AI, talks with host Abigail Hing Wen, Intel AI Tech Evangelist and New York Times best-selling author, about her previous work as Policy Advisor to the United States Chief Technology Officer Megan Smith in President Barack Obama’s Office of Science and Technology Policy, her thoughts on the role policymakers should play in the field of artificial intelligence (AI), and the ongoing efforts of the Partnership on AI. The two discuss how organizations can align their values and prioritize incentives around developing AI that helps workers, the importance of measuring such outcomes, and why practical frameworks for AI can help people outside the field better understand the benefits of AI. Follow Terah on Twitter: twitter.com/terahlyons Follow Abigail on Twitter: twitter.com/abigailhingwen Learn more about Intel’s work in AI: intel.com/ai

35mins

13 Jan 2021

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Public Policy with Partnership on AI’s Terah Lyons – Intel on AI Season 2 – Episode 14

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In this episode of Intel on AI guest Terah Lyons, Executive Director of Partnership on AI, talks with host Abigail Hing Wen, Intel AI Tech Evangelist and New York Times best-selling author, about her previous work as Policy Advisor to the United States Chief Technology Officer Megan Smith in President Barack Obama’s Office of Science and Technology Policy, her thoughts on the role policymakers should play in the field of artificial intelligence (AI), and the ongoing efforts of the Partnership on AI. The two discuss how organizations can align their values and prioritize incentives around developing AI that helps workers, the importance of measuring such outcomes, and why practical frameworks for AI can help people outside the field better understand the benefits of AI. Follow Terah on Twitter: twitter.com/terahlyons Follow Abigail on Twitter: twitter.com/abigailhingwen Learn more about Intel’s work in AI: intel.com/ai

13 Jan 2021

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Building best practices for AI systems with Terah Lyons

The All Turtles Podcast

Terah Lyons is the Executive Director of the Partnership on AI, a consortium that aims to establish best practices for AI systems and to educate the public about AI. They’re working to explore AI’s impact on the world, including on the labor market and the economy. Before this role, Terah worked in the office of the CTO for the Obama administration, but she asserts that public policy alone is not enough. Proactive attention and planning are needed to support economies of the future. Show notes Conversation with the Terah Lyons (0:50) Terah Lyons worked in the office of the CTO for the Obama administration. Terah is the founding Executive Director of the Partnership on AI.  The Partnership on AI is working on an initiative focused on transparency in ML. Listener question From Ari via email: "In a recent podcast, a listener asked if there was ongoing research into algorithmic bias in AI. I thought this was an interesting example of biased AI in the incarceral system: Even in states working to eliminate the role of cash bail, such as New Jersey, a past Failure to Appear can mean the difference between confinement and freedom. In 2017, the state virtually abolished its cash bail system, but defendants are rated by a tool that uses nine factors to evaluate a person’s statistical ‘risk’ for failing to appear in court or being involved in ‘new criminal activity.’ In each of those categories, prior FTAs add significant ‘risk’ to a person’s score. What do you think of this?” We want to hear from you. Please send us your comments, suggested topics, and listener questions for future All Turtles Podcast episodes.  Email: hello@all-turtles.com Twitter: @allturtlesco

31mins

30 Oct 2019

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Terah Lyons on fashioning the AI future

FT Tech Tonic

John Thornhill talks to Terah Lyons, founding executive director of the Partnership on AI, a US initiative that brings civil society groups into a debate with big tech companies to promote the benefits of machine intelligence. Our GDPR privacy policy was updated on August 8, 2022. Visit acast.com/privacy for more information.

27mins

25 Apr 2018