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47. Robot Rights with David Gunkel

On Oct 21, 2020
@PKathrani shared
RT @David_Gunkel: I had the wonderful opportunity and pleasure to talk #AIEthics and #robotrights with @benbyford for the @machine_ethics podcast. With verbal footnotes/references to @j2bryson @MCoeckelbergh @alan_winfield @NoelSharkey et al. https://t.co/wX7FkU27ow https://t.co/1hcYp3IVzK
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This episode we're chatting with David Gunkel on AI ideologies, why write the Robots Rights book, what are rights and categories of rights, computer ethics and hitch bot, anthropomorphising as a human feature, supporting environmental rights through this endeavour of robot rights, ...

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On Oct 21, 2020
@PKathrani shared
RT @David_Gunkel: I had the wonderful opportunity and pleasure to talk #AIEthics and #robotrights with @benbyford for the @machine_ethics podcast. With verbal footnotes/references to @j2bryson @MCoeckelbergh @alan_winfield @NoelSharkey et al. https://t.co/wX7FkU27ow https://t.co/1hcYp3IVzK
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47. Robot Rights with David Gunkel

47. Robot Rights with David Gunkel

This episode we're chatting with David Gunkel on AI ideologies, why write the Robots Rights book, what are rights and categories of rights, computer ethics and hitch bot, anthropomorphising ...


On Oct 20, 2020
@teamrework shared
RT @atg_abhishek: Check out my recommendation for a panel that I think would be stellar to discuss the societal impacts of #AI consisting of @farbandish @kanarinka @zacharylipton and @douglas_eck @teamrework @reworkAI https://t.co/vKsjS1rtvE
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Experts Pick Their Dream AI Panel

Experts Pick Their Dream AI Panel

Our expert-led blog series continues, with a new four-part edition, kicking off with finding out what our group of AI experts would see as their dream summit panel. Included are experts ...

On Oct 21, 2020
@math_rachel shared
DukeMTMC dataset of videos was taken down in June 2019 due to ethics issues (no consent of ppl in video & being used for surveillance tech), yet was still used in 135 research papers AFTER it was taken down, at confs including CVPR & AAAI https://t.co/KrrlcKjnqS h/t @IEthics https://t.co/iqiyUT3Nxn
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Facial recognition datasets are being widely used despite being taken down due to ethical concerns. Here’s how.

Facial recognition datasets are being widely used despite being taken down due to ethical concerns. Here’s how.

The case of DukeMTMC illustrates the challenges of regulating a dataset’s usage in light of ethical concerns, especially when the data is separately available in derived ...

On Oct 21, 2020
@AINowInstitute shared
RT @sarahbmyers: Excited to be a part of this crew - @TarletonG, @paufder, @ubiquity75, @aram, @Elinor_Carmi, @ysabelgerrard, @rgorwa, @andairamf and I discussed how research and policy conversations about content moderation need to expand in this new piece: https://t.co/OoEMnxa1ei
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Expanding the debate about content moderation: scholarly research agendas for the coming policy debates

Expanding the debate about content moderation: scholarly research agendas for the coming policy debates

Content moderation has exploded as a public and a policy concern, but the debate remains too narrow. Nine experts suggest ways to expand it.

On Oct 20, 2020
@mtlaiethics shared
AI Ethics newsletter 27: • AI Economist: RL is the Future for Equitable Economic Policy (@[email protected]) • Is the Human Being Lost in the Hiring Process? (@Csi_wright) • Algorithms Deciding the Future of Legal Decisions (@Brooke_Criswell) https://t.co/f9hvdexCTC
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AI Ethics #27: The Guest Edition

AI Ethics #27: The Guest Edition

We've rounded up 7 of our top guest posts and lined them up in one place for your reading pleasure!

On Oct 21, 2020
@RobMcCargow shared
Forget superintelligent #AI—algorithms are already creating real harm. The good news: the fight back has begun | via @_KarenHao @techreview featuring @wsisaac https://t.co/LFFiXrfkLA
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The true dangers of AI are closer than we think

The true dangers of AI are closer than we think

As long as humans have built machines, we’ve feared the day they could destroy us. Stephen Hawking famously warned that AI could spell an end to civilization. But to many AI researchers, ...

On Oct 20, 2020
@nikitaljohnson shared
RT @techreview: And @_KarenHao just reported on a radical new technique to train AI models. It’s called “less than one”-shot learning (and yes, that’s a mythical rhinocorn) #EmTechMIT #TechReviewEvents https://t.co/5KPhlMdebE
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A radical new technique lets AI learn with practically no data

A radical new technique lets AI learn with practically no data

“Less than one”-shot learning can teach a model to identify more objects than the number of examples it is trained on.

On Oct 21, 2020
@mer__edith shared
What's the value of an “ethics review process that’s almost entirely non-transparent to workers, let alone the public? Who’s making these decisions? And how can these AI principles allow collaboration w an agency engaged in human rights abuses” I said https://t.co/CC5HgV9CoC
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Google AI Tech Will Be Used for Virtual Border Wall, CBP Contract Shows

Google AI Tech Will Be Used for Virtual Border Wall, CBP Contract Shows

Google Cloud will be used in conjunction with Anduril Industries’ surveillance tech on the U.S.-Mexico border.

On Oct 20, 2020
@KayFButterfield shared
RT @maria_axente: A HUGE gap to address when it comes to ethics of AI - as it is still seen as a tactical afterthought not what is should be A STRATEGIC IMPERATIVE. @ESIThoughtLab report done with some illustrious companies and execs painfully shows it We will change this! https://t.co/VS1dBPcOEx https://t.co/r1QEfJcyhS
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PowerPoint Presentation

PowerPoint Presentation

Driving ROI Through AI 47 % of AI spending on advanced AI Machine learning Computer vision Deep learning Natural language processing Media Energy Media Investment Healthcare Technology ...

On Oct 21, 2020
@mtlaiethics shared
The hiring process is increasingly automated, with companies using keyword searches and video analysis to make decisions. Where is humanity’s place in this ever-more automated system? This article looks at the role of government & business in this process. https://t.co/UOZa0maRfw
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Is the Human Being Lost in the Hiring Process?

Is the Human Being Lost in the Hiring Process?

Written by Connor Wright, research intern at FairlyAI — a software-as-a-service AI audit platform which provides AI quality assurance for automated decision making systems with focus on AI ...

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On Oct 21, 2020
@oiioxford shared
An official warm welcome to @safiyanoble & @ubiquity75 of @C2i2_UCLA who joined us as Research Associates over the summer. Dr Noble and Dr Roberts will collaborate with @ginasue as part of the AI & Data Diversity project. https://t.co/YAavAHS5rs
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People

A multidisciplinary research and teaching department of the University of Oxford, dedicated to the social science of the Internet

On Oct 20, 2020
@RobMcCargow shared
Study finds #AI can teach humans new tricks | via @ComputerWeekly https://t.co/lp9Ilqags1
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Study finds AI can teach humans new tricks

Study finds AI can teach humans new tricks

Artificial intelligence tends to rely on supervised learning, but making the most of AI requires people to take on board what these systems learn autonomously.

On Oct 21, 2020
@amcafee shared
Slightly cynical q sparked by this @tomfriedman column: if and when it becomes clear that other entities can educate better and cheaper, how much trouble are universities in? How valuable are their signaling+credentialing+socializing? https://t.co/tF9Iyw30GW
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After the Pandemic, a Revolution in Education and Work Awaits

After the Pandemic, a Revolution in Education and Work Awaits

Providing more Americans with portable health care, portable pensions and opportunities for lifelong learning is what politics needs to be about post-Nov. 3.

On Oct 21, 2020
@math_rachel shared
RT @IEthics: Register now and join us next week, on 10/29, for "#AI for Good (Trouble)" with @mutalenkonde--founding CEO of AI For the People (AFP) and UN Advisor on race and AI: https://t.co/b4sT67YAO6 #ethics #tech #gov #law #criminaljustice cc @santaclaralaw @scuethics @SCUHTLI @scualumni
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AI for Good (Trouble)

AI for Good (Trouble)

This event is part of the “Artificial Intelligence for Social Impact and Equity” series, a set of conversations about how artificial intelligence and the algorithms around us are making our ...