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Computer vision, Psychology, Computer science, Consciousness, Science fiction, Artificial intelligence

Ethics

On Oct 17, 2020
@PKathrani shared
AI Ethics https://t.co/i9eGIzdQPl
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AI Ethics

AI Ethics

Who decides a robot's values?

On Oct 16, 2020
@AdaLovelaceInst shared
In this article. Cansu and Imogen ask: how do we enable transparency that truly achieves goals of accountability, fostering meaningful scrutiny and debate? [5/6] https://t.co/rzrNyuRto1
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Meaningful transparency and (in)visible algorithms

Meaningful transparency and (in)visible algorithms

Over the last two months, we’ve seen the demise of three major public-sector algorithmic programmes – the Home Office visa streaming tool, the ‘Most Serious Violence’ programme under...

On Oct 16, 2020
@Floridi shared
RT @oiioxford: Congrats @Floridi @oxfordethicslab @oiioxford becoming a @Falling_Walls Finalist - watch his presentation here https://t.co/X6JL76dEpt. Register for virtual showcase of Science Breakthroughs of the Year from 1–10 Nov 2020 https://t.co/FVq34AfwL9. #WorldScienceSummit
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Breaking the Wall between Online and Offline

Breaking the Wall between Online and Offline

Tags: Artificial Intelligence, Digital Health, Digitalisation, Education, Engineering, Environment & Nature, Foresight;Future /green cities, Future of Banking, Global Cooperation, …

On Oct 14, 2020
@katecrawford shared
RT @CAIDE_UoM: In 2021 CAIDE will be hosting @katecrawford as our Miegunyah Distinguished Visiting Fellow. We are delighted to be working with Kate - look out for the programme to be released early next year @unimelb @MelbLawSchool @engunimelb @SciMelb @ArtsUnimelb https://t.co/TXR8nkOCQK
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Miegunyah Distinguished Visiting Fellow: Kate Crawford

Miegunyah Distinguished Visiting Fellow: Kate Crawford

Miegunyah Distinguished Visiting Fellow: Kate Crawford

On Oct 18, 2020
@FrankPasquale shared
Specific populations “suffer in unequal ways without consenting to the use of their personal information. These algorithms not only pose a threat to principles of fairness, privacy, and justice but also hamper the functioning of a healthy democracy.” https://t.co/WRmCfOFGHH
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The Short Anthropological Guide to the Study of Ethical AI

The Short Anthropological Guide to the Study of Ethical AI

Written by MAIEI researcher Alexandrine Royer, who also works at The Foundation for Genocide Education. Read the full guide in PDF formDownload Introduction (Excerpt from full guide) In the ...

On Oct 17, 2020
@Floridi shared
RT @libbykinsey: [email protected] is recruiting an additional member of its Ethics Committee. This is such a great group doing really interesting, important work! Find out more (and complete your application by 5th November) here: https://t.co/9zpSFB65Vt
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Introducing the Ethics Committee

Introducing the Ethics Committee

The Ethics Committee supports the Machine Intelligence Garage, a Digital Catapult programme that is part funded by Innovate UK and the European Regional Development Fund (as part …

On Oct 13, 2020
@Floridi shared
RT @emurciano: “we are not the only smart agents able to carry out complex tasks” https://t.co/Cc9g3x8tU7 #CognitiveEra @Floridi
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Why Information Matters

Why Information Matters

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

On Oct 15, 2020
@benbyford shared
“What even is AI anyway?” Little article I wrote last year as a ramble after asking people for many years on the podcast https://t.co/eFV4d75Pjt https://t.co/Y87VCPYzqY
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What even is AI anyway?

What even is AI anyway?

When we talk about AI what do we actually mean? This article runs through some of the things people may be thinking when they say AI.