Public Interest Computing: Pluralistic Design of Ethically Responsible AI and Policy

Public Interest Computing: Pluralistic Design of Ethically Responsible AI and Policy

Abstract AI-enabled systems profoundly shape our daily lives, influencing our interactions with the world. Despite their vast impact, advanced AI technologies, like large language models (LLMs), often elude billions grappling with poverty and global climate challenges. This inequity underscores the urgent need for policy-oriented AI research focused on driving social change and sustainable development. This talk centers on real-world field research dedicated to designing AI-driven decision-making systems in resource-scarce environments. Emphasizing distributive justice, I illuminate sociotechnical challenges faced by […]

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