Ideas and insights about ethics from MIT Sloan.
New MIT podcast explores the promise and peril of data
How is data used to lead, mislead, manipulate, and inform viewpoints and decisions? The MIT Institute for Data, Systems, and Society investigates.
3 ways to center humans in artificial intelligence efforts
Take time now to understand the challenging questions about AI and ethics that firms will face in the years ahead.
Let’s choose collective intelligence over the madness of mobs
Evolution can drive prejudices, MIT Sloan economist Andrew Lo finds. To nurture group wisdom, biases in data sets must be documented and understood.
MIT Sloan research on AI and machine learning
An AI productivity boom is coming. Here’s what managers need to know to roll out intelligent technology that’s ethical and worker-centric.
Report details the business benefits of ‘responsible AI’
A new survey shows firms are falling short in developing AI systems that are good for individuals and society while still transforming business.
Why companies need artificial intelligence explainability
Four reasons stakeholders don’t trust AI systems, and how companies can overcome them.
To improve compliance with regulations, engage employees
New research finds a connection between compliance with workplace regulations and the hazards they’re meant to prevent.
The hidden work created by artificial intelligence programs
Successful and ethical artificial intelligence programs take into account behind-the-scenes ‘repair work’ and ‘ghost workers.’
Human-centered AI fights bias in machines and people
A new MIT Sloan Experts Series talk explains how algorithms and humans can work together to compensate for blind spots and create clearer outcomes.
In financial services, managers as a predictor of fraud
A new study of financial advisors finds that middle managers are crucial to understanding the prevalence of misconduct.