Unveiling the Ethics of Morality in AI: Who Determines What's Right? - Paul Dwyer
In this thought-provoking video, we delve into the pressing issue of ethics within AI development. Join us, Paul Dwyer and James Rees, as we explore the questionable decisions made by a small group of individuals, often young programmers in California, who dictate what is considered ethically correct in software development. We examine real-life examples, such as image search engines favoring certain races and even identifying different ethnic groups as distinct species. It's absurd that such biases persist. But the ethical concerns don't end there. We also discuss how the world of cybersecurity suffers from vulnerabilities rooted in shoddy code created by developers who seem to operate without consequences. Unlike any other industry, religion and software development remain exempt from issuing warranties. Join the conversation and uncover the ethical dimensions within AI and software development that demand our attention.
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Paul C Dwyer stands among the world’s leading cybersecurity, risk, and compliance authorities. As CEO of Cyber Risk International, he excels in corporate and enterprise security, crafting cyber defence programs, and safeguarding business operations for clients. He also serves as the founder and President of the ICTTF International Cyber Threat Task Force, leading a community of over 30,000 professionals in their mission to combat cyber threats and promote industry diversity.
Boasting over 30 years of experience, Paul has worked extensively with military, law enforcement, and commercial sectors across the globe. His impressive credentials include certifications from the International Information Security Certification Consortium (ISC2) and the Information System Audit and Control Association (ISACA), as well as approvals from the National Crime Faculty and the HTCN High Tech Crime Network.
Throughout his illustrious career, Paul has taken on diverse roles, such as President of the ICTTF International Cyber Threat Task Force, Co-Chairman of the UK NCA National Crime Agency Industry Group, Advisor to NATO on Countering Hybrid Cyber Threats, and Interim Global CISO for multiple multinational organisations. Additionally, he has advised various governments and intelligence agencies.
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