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Blackburn and Ramsay – Cambridge versus Transparency

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On Oct 8, 2020
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@mikarv @github @Yannis_Theo @mathver @PJLeerssen @katestarbird @permacc @ZENODO_ORG @conjugateprior By the way, thanks to @brsli as well as Will, I also blogged about knowledge and ethics this morning. https://t.co/cCJmdhxGkl
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Blackburn and Ramsay – Cambridge versus Transparency

Blackburn and Ramsay – Cambridge versus Transparency

artificial and natural intelligence, including politics, art, and higher education

Rudolf Carnap

Rudolf Carnap

1.2 Frameworks Explications or rational reconstructions were envisaged by Carnap as situated (where possible) in larger linguistic or conceptual frameworks, constructed object languages ...

Why Information Matters

Why Information Matters

Luciano Floridi on what philosophy and computer science can contribute to each other

Kids’ brains may hold the secret to building better AI

Kids’ brains may hold the secret to building better AI

Four-year-olds can learn things even the most intelligent machine can’t. It’s time AI researchers took note.

Nigel Shadbolt on why the UK is well placed to lead on the ethics of AI

Nigel Shadbolt on why the UK is well placed to lead on the ethics of AI

Nigel Shadbolt, principal of Jesus College, Oxford and co-founder of the Open Data Institute, underscores the ethics of artificial intelligence, and says it will shape the naked ape as ...

‘Minimal Turing Test’ asks humans to prove they’re human with only one word

‘Minimal Turing Test’ asks humans to prove they’re human with only one word

Devised by researchers from MIT and the University of Pennsylvania, a new spin on the classic Turing Test asks human participants to name a single word that they would use to explain just ...

Peter Voss on AI: Having more intelligence will be good for mankind!

Peter Voss on AI: Having more intelligence will be good for mankind!

Entrepreneur, inventor, engineer & AI researcher Peter Voss discusses AGI, intelligence and morality. See the full interview on SingularityWeblog.com

The Evolution of AI: Can Morality be Programmed?

The Evolution of AI: Can Morality be Programmed?

The goal seems simple enough—make an AI that behaves in a way that is ethically responsible. But the evolution of AI that's moral is complicated.

AI thinks like a corporation—and that’s worrying

AI thinks like a corporation—and that’s worrying

Artificial intelligence was born of organisational decision-making and state power; it needs human ethics, says Jonnie Penn of the University of Cambridge