When Ethics Meets Artificial Intelligence (AI)
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More and more, we are encountering Artificial Intelligence (AI) in many aspects of our lives, but the ever-increasing use of AI opens the door to a wide range of ethical considerations. While AI machines can “think,” AI is not immune to result bias. In this Express Learning course, you will learn more about the history of AI and the related ethical principles and will apply select thought experiments to modern issues and technology, including AI. As a security professional, you'll consider the role ethics plays in the development and uses of AI and examine the ways bias and fairness will help to shape the role of AI in future applications.
This course includes the following modules: 1) Foundational Concepts - Artificial Intelligence 2) Ethical Principles and Technology 3) Applying Ethics to Artificial Intelligence
Audience or Who Should Take This Course
Cybersecurity professionals who would like to learn more about the ethical dilemmas of AI
Knowledge of cybersecurity concepts.
How This Course Works
Express Learning courses created by industry experts are designed to quickly address a hot topic or trend in cybersecurity. You will be asked to read through lessons, participate in learning activities, and partake in knowledge checks designed to reinforce learning.
All learning modules must be completed, including the course evaluation and a score of 70% or above earned on the final assessment, to receive your certificate of completion and earn 2 Group A CPE Credits towards your (ISC)² credentials.
Please make sure at the end of the course that you download and retain the certificate of completion as proof of credits earned. CPE credits earned for this course may be eligible for continuing professional education credits for non-(ISC)² certifications. Please visit the continuing education requirements established by the credentialing organization for eligibility.