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AI Ethics: Artificial Intelligence, Robots, and Society

On Feb 15, 2020
@johnchavens shared
RT @j2bryson: @cortnie_cdo @sxsw @DorotheaBaur @johnchavens @MiaD @ruchowdh These have been on my #aiethics Webpage for about 20 years (see bullet 2) but I don't think anyone's done them: "AI: Art not Soul" or "Robot's Won't Rule" https://t.co/xFWe5e0OP6
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Recently we decided it was worth rewriting and publishing the paper properly, so a radically updated version Just an Artifact: Why Machines are Perceived as Moral Agents, appeared in the proceedings of The Twenty-Second International Joint Conference on Artificial Intelligence (IJCAI ...

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On Feb 15, 2020
@johnchavens shared
RT @j2bryson: @cortnie_cdo @sxsw @DorotheaBaur @johnchavens @MiaD @ruchowdh These have been on my #aiethics Webpage for about 20 years (see bullet 2) but I don't think anyone's done them: "AI: Art not Soul" or "Robot's Won't Rule" https://t.co/xFWe5e0OP6
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AI Ethics: Artificial Intelligence, Robots, and Society

Recently we decided it was worth rewriting and publishing the paper properly, so a radically updated version Just an Artifact: Why Machines are Perceived as Moral Agents, appeared in the ...



On Feb 15, 2020
@cccalum shared
Takes a brave person to challenge the campaign against killer robots. https://t.co/k2kqnvjw8l
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Killer robots reconsidered: Could AI weapons actually cut collateral damage?

Although activists are calling for an international ban on lethal autonomous weapons, incorporating AI into weapons systems may make them more accurate and result in fewer civilian ...

On Feb 12, 2020
@PKathrani shared
Free ‘AI Ethics for Business’ Module from @seattleu https://t.co/0v62HNX159
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AI Ethics for Business

While the benefits of these changes are usually obvious, the optimism about the benefits can sometimes obscure the potential harms. An ethical approach to these transformative technologies ...

On Feb 17, 2020
@AdaLovelaceInst shared
What's the relationship between the future of #AI and collective intelligence? Our @carlykind_ speaking at @nesta_uk's 'Smater Data for Better AI' this morning, in a discussion building on their recent work 'The Future of Minds and Machines': https://t.co/rbiGEwe2hV
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The future of minds and machines: how artificial intelligence can enhance collective intelligence

The future of minds and machines: how artificial intelligence can enhance collective intelligence

On Feb 12, 2020
@PKathrani shared
University Offers Free Class on Artificial Intelligence Ethics https://t.co/xphzYgqiEy
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University Offers Free Class on Artificial Intelligence Ethics

Seattle University is offering a free, online class for public leaders to explore ethics in AI, impacts of AI on the workforce, and how the technology might best be regulated. The class is ...

On Feb 16, 2020
@PKathrani shared
‘We know ethics should inform AI. But which ethics?’ https://t.co/AnsNRM2TYM @JohnAFlood @David_Gunkel @EmergTechEthics @PabloRedux @sd_marlow
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We know ethics should inform AI. But which ethics?

How do we ensure the ethical and responsible use of AI? How do we bring more awareness about such responsibility, in the absence of a global standard on AI?

On Feb 16, 2020
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“We just have to imagine a different world. At the end of the day, my life will be measured by how I helped others.” @uofsc profiles its alum @BlakeleyHPayne, now a master’s student in @MITprg. https://t.co/p4UG9vokKc
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Getting smart about artificial intelligence

Meet Blakeley Hoffman Payne. Her mission is to educate everyone to be ‘conscientious consumers’ of artificial intelligence; or if you’re an AI designer, to make it ethical.

On Feb 17, 2020
@j2bryson shared
10th IEEE International Conference on Development & Learning (ICDL) 7th-10th September 2020, Valparaiso, Chile https://t.co/c8Al7rpCAR I've been blown away by this meeting every time I gone, but it's been a while since I have & I won't make it again this year...
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Call For Contributions

IEEE International Conference on Development and Learning (ICDL), previously known as Joint IEEE International Conference on Development and Learning and on Epigenetic Robotics ...

On Feb 11, 2020
@oiioxford shared
RT @NathanBenaich: Working on apply AI to biz problems, I get asked to comment on how to safeguard privacy, system bias, and fairness. These are important issues to solve. While I'm not an expert yet, @SandraWachter5 is! I'm excited to learn from her at @RAAISorg 2020: https://t.co/NLRGDWyj7p https://t.co/r8Yg9XdQWO
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Sandra Wachter

Sandra Wachter is an Associate Professor and Senior Research Fellow in Law and Ethics of AI, Big Data, and robotics as well as Internet Regulation at the Oxford Internet Institute at the ...

On Feb 11, 2020
@RecklessCoding shared
RT @sabinehauert: Year after year we feature women in robotics you need to know about on Ada Lovelace Day. Check out this year’s 30 nominees, and the 150 featured over the years @RobotLaunch @HallieSiegel #WomenInScienceDay https://t.co/U3Gn5WY03z
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30 women in robotics you need to know about – 2019

30 women in robotics you need to know about – 2019

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On Feb 13, 2020
@PKathrani shared
Beginning ‘JUST AI’ – bravery and creativity for ethics in practice https://t.co/7Tojzx14KO via @LSEmediapolicy
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Ethics in practice

Dr Alison Powell, Assistant Professor at the LSE and Director of the newly established JUST AI (Joining Up Society and Technology in AI) network, writes about the need for bravery and ...

On Feb 12, 2020
@PKathrani shared
Human ethical standards aren’t adequate for artificial intelligence  https://t.co/QfTcG83StG @JohnAFlood @David_Gunkel @EmergTechEthics @PabloRedux @sd_marlow
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Human ethical standards aren’t adequate for artificial intelligence

Jonathan Evans’s work at the Committee on Standards into Public Life has taken a necessary first step towards the exa...

On Feb 10, 2020
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Artificial Intelligence and Public Standards: Committee publishes report https://t.co/zYfCpxXIxH @PublicStandards
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Artificial Intelligence and Public Standards: Committee publishes report

The Committee on Standards in Public Life today published its report on artificial intelligence and its impact on public standards.

On Feb 11, 2020
@oiioxford shared
RT @EricTopol: The NG (not good, no go) status of smartphone apps for skin #cancer detection @bmj_latest https://t.co/HIaVUqMDtj by @deeksj @UoB_IAHR @KarolineFreem12 Editorial https://t.co/NYsKtRmkJZ by @jessRmorley @Floridi @bengoldacre @EBMDataLab @oiioxford @oxfordethicslab @OHT_Oxford https://t.co/yPumtmr9gu
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The poor performance of apps assessing skin cancer risk

These apps are the product of inadequate evaluation and regulation Over the past year, technology companies have made headlines claiming that their artificially intelligent (AI) products ...

On Feb 11, 2020
@aiethicslab shared
RT @Panic2B: There is no better tool to tackle #AIEthics than #philosophy. @ccansu presents an interesting solution for #AI companies and developers. Check her #TedTalk #TedxCambridge @AIEthicsLab https://t.co/zdFjDbzBYt
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How To Solve AI’s Ethical Puzzles

Artificial Intelligence (AI) technology poses serious ethical risks to individuals and society. Cansu Canca, Philosopher and AI Ethics Lab’s Founder & Director, explains how we can deal ...

On Feb 14, 2020
@CSERCambridge shared
RT @Manderljung: New working paper out of GovAI by @JadeFLeung and @_NathanCalvin about patenting of AI systems: "Who owns artificial intelligence? A preliminary analysis of corporate intellectual property strategies and why they matter" https://t.co/OzIJcMaAqb
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Governments’ Pursuit of AI Innovation and National Security Through IP Law 7 Box 1: The International Patent System and the World Intellectual Property Organization 7 Making AI Patentable 7 ...

On Feb 17, 2020
@RickKing16 shared
Emotion #AI researchers say overblown claims give their work a bad name https://t.co/ZdaZvA8PCe https://t.co/hSEmjd5hul
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Emotion AI researchers say overblown claims give their work a bad name

A lack of government regulation isn’t just bad for consumers. It’s bad for the field, too.

On Feb 13, 2020
@PKathrani shared
Intelligence by design by @JoannaMG22 https://t.co/uxPJhLTqZj
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Intelligence by design

Understanding the value of recentring and a thoughtful approach to innovation will help law firms to make the most of emerging technologies

On Feb 13, 2020
@medialab shared
Labber @anastasiaostrow and @eapsMIT's @caueborlina write about Minds Across Generations, an initiative to bring MIT students and postdocs to a senior living community to present talks about their research. https://t.co/IoMjGGT7Cf
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