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AI Ethics: Artificial Intelligence, Robots, and Society

On Jul 16, 2019
@j2bryson shared
@IntuitMachine @rodneyabrooks My “novel” (?) ideas are that we are never going to build apes out of silicon, and morally we shouldn’t want to. And that we already have superhuman AI (cf eg #surveillancecapitalism) but don’t attend enough to it because we’re looking for Schwarzenegger. 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 Jul 16, 2019
@j2bryson shared
@IntuitMachine @rodneyabrooks My “novel” (?) ideas are that we are never going to build apes out of silicon, and morally we shouldn’t want to. And that we already have superhuman AI (cf eg #surveillancecapitalism) but don’t attend enough to it because we’re looking for Schwarzenegger. 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 Jul 12, 2019
@singularityu shared
#AI at #SUGlobalSummit? You bet! Here are 5 sessions we'll be including in this year’s program. https://t.co/vw0KVlgha4 https://t.co/StmJxNTHuV
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5 Ways We’re Exploring Artificial Intelligence at SU Global Summit This August

Is artificial intelligence a friend or foe to humans? This is an issue many of us contemplate as our lives become increasingly intertwined with technology. AI is impacting nearly every ...

On Jul 16, 2019
@PKathrani shared
I, robot https://t.co/LKq5fWx8fp @JohnAFlood @PabloRedux @David_Gunkel @EmergTechEthics @sd_marlow
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I, robot

The problem is that AI, which includes autonomous machines and machine-learning technologies, does raise fundamental problems for humanity. A Thomson Reuters report Ready or Not: Artificial ...

On Jul 12, 2019
@IEET shared
RT @MFordFuture: The Geopolitics of Artificial Intelligence: As the U.S. and China vie for global influence, #AI will be central to the balance of power @sciam @abishurprakash https://t.co/rEwyy5awX7
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The Geopolitics of Artificial Intelligence

As the U.S. and China vie for global influence, AI will be central to the balance of power

On Jul 11, 2019
@PartnershipAI shared
As #AI technologies become increasingly ubiquitous, it is important to bridge the divide between theory and practice in #AIethics. Our research scientist, Alice Xiang, discusses this and other reflections from @reworkAI: https://t.co/Svmc4x7dlR
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AI Ethics Requires a Bridge Between Theory & Practice

As AI technologies become increasingly ubiquitous, it is important to bridge the divide between theory and practice in AI ethics. In abstract thought experiments like the trolley problem, ...

On Jul 16, 2019
@Miles_Brundage shared
RT @sherrying: Thrilled to share this piece! In many ways, artists have been wrestling with the idea of artificial intelligence for hundreds of years; and #AIpolicy needs creative inputs to rapidly respond to our societal needs with care. https://t.co/rWO6VnD5GB
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Why AI Policy Needs Artists

Fluxus Landscape is a global map of AI ethics and governance that deliberately never defines what AI or ethics is. The 500 stakeholders…

On Jul 12, 2019
@Miles_Brundage shared
Here's that ethics board report ICYMI: https://t.co/pcZQBMbr5v
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Axon ethics Board

The AI and Policing Technology Ethics Board is an independent review board founded by Axon for the purpose of guiding and advising the company around ethical issues relating to the ...

On Jul 12, 2019
@alan_winfield shared
@maria_axente @Inspired__Minds @j2bryson @jovialjoy @Dr_Black @LeverhulmeCFI @drsarahdillon @clemi_collett You should also check out the wonderful folk at Women Leading in AI @WLinAI incl. @IvanaBartoletti https://t.co/g1rx7VTmGn also the Women's Engineering Society @WES1919 has a stellar team of trustees and council members https://t.co/nQqqvTuRcV
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The Team

Our Founders Ivana Bartoletti Head of Privacy and Data Protection at Gemserv, media commentator and public speaker Ivana Bartoletti is a Privacy and Data Protection professional, a media ...

On Jul 11, 2019
@FrankPasquale shared
“Creativity requires privacy. Telling students that their attention levels (and emotions, and what else about their brains?) will be detected, measured and collected is very likely to” cultivate conformity. https://t.co/r9BJTHelVi
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Artificial intelligence is forcing us to work harder to define human intelligence — and to fight to defend it

Think like nobody’s strapping a band around your head to collect information about your thinking.

On Jul 16, 2019
@RobMcCargow shared
Demystifying #AI & AI Companies. What foreign policy makers need to know about the global AI industry | by @Ph_Lorenz & @kate_saslow @snv_berlin https://t.co/5B5ZzpLOxg https://t.co/tRwUkE1mgj
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On Jul 12, 2019
@PKathrani shared
‘Machine politics: Europe and the AI revolution’ via @ecfr https://t.co/sFeLEqf42T @JohnAFlood @PabloRedux @David_Gunkel @EmergTechEthics @sd_marlow
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Machine politics: Europe and the AI revolution

ECFR conducts research and promotes informed debate across Europe on the development of a coherent and effective European foreign policy.

On Jul 17, 2019
@FrankPasquale shared
RT @nicsuzor: Great talk at @qutlaw by @FrankPasquale, who has proposed a fourth law of robotics: there should always be someone we can hold responsible if something goes wrong. Read the paper here: https://t.co/dfZBhOhFMT https://t.co/j9IhiHiYr6
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Toward a Fourth Law of Robotics: Preserving Attribution, Responsibility, and Explainability in an Algorithmic Society

Jack Balkin makes several important contributions to legal theory and ethics in his lecture, “The Three Laws of Robotics in the Age of Big Data.” He proposes “l

On Jul 11, 2019
@FrankPasquale shared
RT @Abebab: A few weeks ago I attended the 👆🏾conference. Following a call, I wrote 👇🏾 but after some back & forth, the editors decided they can't publish my piece as it doesn't sit well w/ the authorities https://t.co/9W80LLKqGR If you're an editor/know one interested in publishing, holla 😉
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The Algorithmic Colonization of Africa

  The second annual CyFyAfrica 2019, The Conference on Technology, Innovation, and Society [1] took place in Tangier, Morocco, 7 – 9 June 2019. It was a vibrant, diverse and dynamic ...

On Jul 12, 2019
@mer__edith shared
Academic job alert! Assistant Professor: Society and Ethics in Data Science at UCSD, working with the brilliant @gleemie - more here: https://t.co/0kEyozMUMw
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Assistant Professor: Society and Ethics in Data Science

University of California, San Diego is hiring. Apply now!

On Jul 12, 2019
@IEET shared
RT @sherrying: 🧠🕯Think tanks are digging deep into AI policy and ethics. Follow @thewilsoncenter @BelferCenter @AspenInstitute @CFR_org @BrookingsInst @NewAmerica @RANDCorporation @IEET @BrookfieldIIE @thefuturesoc and @carnegiecouncil (Great podcast btw https://t.co/1alRyMw1gQ)
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Carnegie Council Audio Podcast

Global Ethics Weekly: Iran Tensions & Secretary Shanahan, with Asha Castleberry | 05/30/19 National security expert and U.S. Army veteran Asha Castleberry breaks down the rising tensions ...

On Jul 16, 2019
@math_rachel shared
I missed this article from March on Palmer Luckey's military tech company Anduril. (Luckey is founder of Oculus Rift, a Trump supporter & funder, and was inspired by Peter Thiel): https://t.co/4HfTYatIr9
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Defense Tech Startup Founded by Trump’s Most Prominent Silicon Valley Supporters Wins Secretive Military AI Contract

Palmer Luckey entered the tech industry with VR headsets for gaming. Now, he's deploying them for real battles through the military's Project Maven initiative.

On Jul 16, 2019
@WIRED shared
Four of the seven Google employees who organized a 20,000-person walkout in November have resigned from the company, including two women who claimed Google retaliated against them for their internal activism. https://t.co/cZnXXzmX2f
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Most of the Google Walkout Organizers Have Left the Company

Four of the seven organizers of a 20,000-person walkout at Google in November have quit. The latest to leave is Meredith Whittaker, a researcher on the ethics of AI.

On Jul 11, 2019
@Floridi shared
RT @JeromeBuvat: “A classic way of gaining trust, with AI interactions in particular, can be summarized in three words: transparency, accountability, and empowerment.” @Floridi director of Digital Ethics Labs, Oxford Internet Institute https://t.co/MOGswRYXM6
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Why addressing ethical questions in AI will benefit organizations

Discover clear and actionable first steps to proactively address ethics in AI.

On Jul 14, 2019
@aiethicslab shared
"Discussions of ‘AI rights’ or ‘robot rights’ have so far been dominated by questions of what ethical obligations we would have to an #AI of humanlike or superior intelligence [..]. But to think this way is to start in the wrong place" @aeonmag #AIethics https://t.co/yvKyVYb6up
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AIs should have the same ethical protections as animals

We give mice and dogs ethical protections, so why not AIs? On the future conditions for robot rights