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Check your knowledge with a information technology quiz

Do you think you've got more information technology knowledge than most? Try our free quiz

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Why take a information technology quiz

Information technology is critical for businesses in today’s world, and it can be easy to take for granted that everyone on your team understands the basics of IT. However, accidental data loss, security breaches, and system outages can have a serious impact on your business. That’s why it’s important to make sure your workers are regularly updated on the latest IT trends and best practices. Whether it’s through an interactive quiz or video series, providing your team with training on how to use different software, how to backup their data, and how to stay safe online will help keep your business running smoothly.

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Deploy a information technology quiz to your team

With this information technology quiz, you can identify and close knowledge gaps so your workers can easily recall how to guard against infection and other pathogen dangers when handling sharps or blood. This knowledge is critical for protecting the safety and health of your workers, as it teaches them how to safely work with individuals who may be infected with a bloodborne illness. Not only is this a risk to your workers, it’s also important to ensure that your organization is compliant with government regulations. With regular checks, your team will be more confident with how to handle equipment and situations that may be an increased risk of bloodborne pathogens and other potentially infectious materials.

Deploy a information technology quiz to your team

Example questions from our information technology quiz

Question 1

AI is defined as the combination of technologies that enable machines capable of imitating certain functionalities of human intelligence

Question 3

AI is used to affect how people access information online

Question 5

As we saw in the Facebook example only AIdriven algorithms make mistakes

Question 7

Using AI where possible will be costeffective and reduce the amount of potentially psychologically harmful content humans will be subjected to

Question 9

Privacy is important since it also enables other human rights and freedoms including

Question 11

Targeted surveillance of civilians needs to comply with the threepart test that includes

Question 13

Negative discrimination is only morally wrong in the context of racial groups

Question 15

Biased Training Data may look like

Question 17

A good way to reduce bias being introduced into AI algorithms is to be diverse in hiring practices to ensure a wider range of perspectives

Question 19

The recidivism scenario highlights the importance of having a human component in any decisionmaking process and to not rely solely on algorithms

Question 2

The ability to express ones views in the public sphere is an essential component for enabling people to participate in public debates

Question 4

AI use for content moderation should be implemented with oversight and a clear process to protect the rights of the users

Question 6

We can avoid filter bubbles by

Question 8

The way data are collected now makes it easier to remain anonymous online

Question 10

Concerns related to surveillance in public places

Question 12

Article 1 of the UDHR proclaims that all human beings are born free and equal in dignity and rights

Question 14

Bias in AI comes from

Question 16

Programmers should ensure that the data labels used in facial recognition algorithms are representative of all classes of users

Question 18

Ensure that diverse teams provide a healthy work environment for individuals from all backgrounds

Question 20

Which of these are true

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