Disrupting AI Biases in Software Engineering

Nicola Martin

Adarga

From facial recognition technology to automated hand soap dispensers this session will explore the way in which bias is built into AI technology.

It will unearth the impacts AI bias has for software and what future changes can be made to make these technologies more inclusive.

Key Takeaways

  • Understand different types of bias
  • Understanding how bias effects wider society
  • Understanding how engineers can help improve quality

This is part of AI Deep Dive. Check out our other talks.

About Me!

Nicola Martin is currently working in the AI and Data Science field as Head of Quality Engineering at Adarga.

Nicola is passionate about increasing diversity and inclusion in software engineering. She mentors and coaches professionals wanting to either change or develop their careers. She is a mentor for the British Computer Society (BCS), and is also a BCS Council member and committee team member for their Special Interest Group in Software Testing (SIGiST), BCS Pride and BCSWomen specialist groups. She is also a professional member of the Women’s Engineering Society (WES).

Nicola was included in the Computer Weekly 2021 Long List for Most Influential Women in UK Tech and was a CW Women in Tech Rising Star..
She is a speaker and takes part in panel discussions and has over 20 years’ experience in tech. She speaks at global conferences focusing on quality, testing, diversity in tech and mentoring.


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