Algorithmic bias and algorithmic neutrality: the case of search engines by Prof. Milo Phillips-Brown

30th May 2022 @ 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm
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The stories are dishearteningly familiar: bias infects the algorithms that wield increasing control over our lives. Automated hiring systems demote female candidates; algorithms used in hospitals underestimate the medical needs of black patients; the list goes on.

Algorithmic bias has received significant attention. Less so for algorithmic neutrality, which is the subject of this talk by Professor Milo Phillips-Brown, Associate Professor of Philosophy at Oxford and member of the Institute for Ethics in AI.

Join us to learn more about the philosophy of algorithmic decisioning – and don’t forget to head to the Royal Oak afterwards for our pub social!


30th May 2022
6:00 pm - 7:00 pm
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