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Serdar San was well into his PhD in criminology at the University of Toronto in late 2016 when his research and personal life were turned upside down.?
A Turkish National Police lieutenant who originally came to Canada on a Turkish police scholarship, San was suddenly fired from the force as an?increasingly authoritarian government in Turkey looked to crack down on its institutions of policing in the wake of a failed military coup.
A trailblazer who spent over five decades advancing medical research in Canada,?Marian Aitchison Packham, a University Professor emerita at the University of Toronto, was a highly regarded scientist at a time when there were few women in biomedicine.
Machine learning algorithms have the potential to provide huge benefits in health care, potentially providing more reliable diagnoses than human doctors in some cases. Yet, many of us are reluctant to entrust our health to an algorithm?–?especially when even its designers can’t explain exactly how it arrived at its conclusion.
This has led to a push for more transparency in AI design so that these powerful tools can explain?how they came to their decisions, an idea referred to as “explainable AI.”
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