Hilke Schellmann

Hilke Schellmann

Author of "The Algorithm", Assistant Professor of Journalism at New York University

    Hilke Schellmann, is an Emmy award winning investigative reporter and assistant professor of journalism at New York University. As a contributor to The Wall Street Journal and The Guardian, Schellmann writes about holding artificial intelligence (AI) accountable. In her book, The Algorithm: How AI Decides Who Gets Hired, Monitored, Promoted, and Fired, And Why We Need To Fight Back (Hachette), she investigates the rise of AI in the world of work. Drawing on exclusive information from whistleblowers, internal documents and real‑world tests, Schellmann discovers that many of the algorithms making high‑stakes decisions are biased, racist, and do more harm than good.

    All Sessions by Hilke Schellmann

    Day 2 04/24/2024
    9:30 am - 9:55 am

    ODSC Keynote: Learning from Mistakes: Empowering Humans to Use AI the Right Way in High-Stakes Decision Making

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