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Behind Every Robot Is a Human

On Apr 16, 2019
@johnchavens shared
RT @maria_axente: “Humans are part of what makes any AI system work, and they bring all their dumb, human baggage with them. But hiding their role only serves Silicon Valley’s fiction that AI is powerful, rational, and inscrutable “ https://t.co/l7cUGdBBOr https://t.co/nHri9952Iq
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Why Amazon workers sometimes listen in on users’ conversations with Alexa, and what it tells us about the technology that powers “smart” devices

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On Apr 16, 2019
@johnchavens shared
RT @maria_axente: “Humans are part of what makes any AI system work, and they bring all their dumb, human baggage with them. But hiding their role only serves Silicon Valley’s fiction that AI is powerful, rational, and inscrutable “ https://t.co/l7cUGdBBOr https://t.co/nHri9952Iq
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Behind Every Robot Is a Human

Why Amazon workers sometimes listen in on users’ conversations with Alexa, and what it tells us about the technology that powers “smart” devices



On Apr 17, 2019
@johnchavens shared
RT @ruchowdh: Whose ethics are reflected in tech ethics? Thoughts on how we move from words to action, featuring @timnitGebru @AnimaAnandkumar @hmason @luke_stark @PartnershipAI @OpenAI @math_rachel https://t.co/n9nA3pB5F7
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From Principles to Action: How do we Implement Tech Ethics?

The tech ethics community is at an inflection point. The broad and pervasive applications of Artificial Intelligence and other…

On Apr 18, 2019
@PKathrani shared
RT @alan_winfield: @j2bryson @bxmx @NetizenFour @IEEESA @johnchavens @ThomasMetzinger @EthicalBAU @Floridi @ShannonVallor @C___CS Thanks Joanna. I just updated my list of ethical principles here, with *13* new sets of ethical principles - 12 of which were published since 1 Jan 2018: https://t.co/Rc3RjFwsCR
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An Updated Round Up of Ethical Principles of Robotics and AI

This blogpost is an updated round up of the various sets of ethical principles of robotics and AI that have been proposed to date, ordered b...

On Apr 18, 2019
@BenedictDel shared
RT @CDEIUK: We’re hiring! The Centre is looking for two talented individuals to join us as we work to maximise the benefits of data driven tech: https://t.co/zdDSnUA7TV
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Centre for Data Ethics and Innovation (CDEI)

The Centre for Data Ethics and Innovation (CDEI) is an advisory body set up by Government and led by an independent board of expert members to investigate and advise on how we maximise the ...

On Apr 21, 2019
@j2bryson shared
RT @ccansu: What you get when those who never worked in Applied Ethics write about it. So much is wrong with this article, hard to start [email protected] @cccalum 1-"AI ethics" doesn't attribute moral agency to AI.Just like environmental ethics doesn't to plants.(1/4) https://t.co/IzjX1PJTpB
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Does AI Ethics Have A Bad Name?

Amid the talk of robots and AI stealing our jobs, one industry benefiting mightily from the dramatic improvements in AI is the AI ethics industry. Members of this community are active in ...

On Apr 18, 2019
@johnchavens shared
Hillicon Valley: Washington preps for Mueller report | https://t.co/ELa9cGqTzO. "Hillicon Valley." Nice.
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On Apr 15, 2019
@gleonhard shared
Made us think: The #ethics of care and radical data science https://t.co/WpVH4tS5Um about "the inhumane reduction of humanity down to what can be counted" #digitalethics #manmachine https://t.co/p1jy9nJEgn
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The ethics of care and radical data science: an inhumane reduction of humanity down to what can be counted?

Os Keyes is a PhD student at the University of Washington and an inaugural Ada Lovelace Fellow who studies gender, data, technology, and control. He has a fantastic post this week that make ...

On Apr 19, 2019
@kaliouby shared
[email protected] recaps my panel at #TCRobotics yesterday, which covered the ways that humans and machines interact, and the need to look out for one another 🤖 https://t.co/PJu0WBrNMa https://t.co/6Bi2UTKzBh
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Can’t We All Just Get Along? With Robots #TCRobotics

with Anca Dragan (UC Berkeley), Rana el Kaliouby (Affectiva), and Matt Willis (Softbank Robotics) Robots and humans are working and living together more than ever, and that means we have to ...

On Apr 19, 2019
@RickKing16 shared
Microsoft won’t share facial recognition technology with police, citing human rights concerns https://t.co/xqnWNva1vW #computervision https://t.co/EQTQtZLe0X
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Microsoft won’t share facial recognition technology with police, citing human rights concerns

Microsoft won't share facial recognition technology with police, citing human rights concerns - SiliconANGLE

On Apr 19, 2019
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Will Chatbots, Artificial Intelligence And Machine Learning Take The Work Out Of Work? https://t.co/wGFod2RRln #ai
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Will Chatbots, Artificial Intelligence And Machine Learning Take The Work Out Of Work?

By reducing the amount of administrative and duplicative work, we're left with a new class of jobs that require more human intellect, skill and empathy - attributes machines can't replicate ...

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On Apr 19, 2019
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RT @MIT_JoDS: The Singularity is only the latest in a series of cultural eras that hinge on a notion of "perfect thinking," argues Jeffrey St. Onge in the latest #ResistingReduction Explorations essay. https://t.co/e8h77BvRl6
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A Genealogy of Perfect Thinking, Told in Four Parts

In a world of total automation and artificial intelligence, what is the role of the human? Mining the history of perfect thinking to better understand its intellectual foundations in the ...

On Apr 15, 2019
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Last week the EU's High-Level Expert Group on AI's Ethics Guidelines were published. We contributed advice to the HLEG. https://t.co/coTLmngRsg
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EU Ethics Guidelines published

Today, the EU High-Level Expert Group (HLEG) on AI released their ethics guidelines for trustworthy artificial intelligence. Our co-founder, Jaan Tallinn, was one of the 52 HLEG experts, ...

On Apr 21, 2019
@PKathrani shared
RT @j2bryson: I’ve been publishing in #aiethics since 1998, from the very beginning about over identification with AI leading to mistaken attributions of fear & hope directly to/in artefacts. Here’s my most recent paper on moral agency https://t.co/kuhJOKYsNo https://t.co/LqyiNUkoAS
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Patiency is not a virtue: the design of intelligent systems and systems of ethics

The question of whether AI systems such as robots can or should be afforded moral agency or patiency is not one amenable either to discovery or simple reasoning, because we as societies ...

On Apr 19, 2019
@aiethicslab shared
RT @nyunews: Hosted by @TechatNYU, Tech Week’s first event discussed how artificial intelligence can feed into systematic discrimination with @ccansu of @aiethicslab https://t.co/ysvBhOVUjJ
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Tech Week Starts With the Question: Is AI Ethical?

[email protected]’s Tech Week kicked off with events on the Ethics of AI and Women in Product Management. [email protected] is a community of students interested in technology who host public events ...

On Apr 21, 2019
@johnchavens shared
RT @mdial: Putting Heart and #Ethics into Artificial Intelligence with @johnchavens https://t.co/wGBo1BmQlN #ai #podcast
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Putting Heart and Ethics into Artificial Intelligence with John Havens (MDE324)

Minter Dialogue with John Havens John Havens is a master keynote speaker, activist, consultant, and author who penned the book, Heartificial Intelligence. Otherwise, below, you’ll find the ...

On Apr 17, 2019
@nikitaljohnson shared
RT @DroiceLabs: Tasha continues to #inspire women around the world as one of the rising stars in #AI @teamrework #womenintech #WomenInAI Read more here: https://t.co/B3wYVXtDWb … https://t.co/kWPnaMp2XQ
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30 Under 30: Celebrating Rising Stars in AI this International Women's Day '19

Encouraging the next generation of AI experts to start their work in the field is essential for young people of all genders, ethnicities and backgrounds. The computer science world is still ...

On Apr 20, 2019
@singularityblog shared
Ethical impacts from #AI "unimaginable", says EU think tank - Legal Futures https://t.co/r8vXvRagSH #Ethics https://t.co/e9Ru0P98sN
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Ethical impacts from AI “unimaginable”, says EU think tank

Artificial intelligence software poses risks to society including tracking and identifying individuals, ‘scoring’ people without their knowledge, and powering lethal autonomous weapons ...

On Apr 19, 2019
@FLIxrisk shared
From @CNNBusiness: Should AI be used to catch shoplifters? https://t.co/i8DQkjcmml https://t.co/PF54uH05Ce
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Should AI be used to catch shoplifters?

Facial recognition technology is being used more and more by retailers for crime prevention. But is this at the expense of consumer privacy?

On Apr 19, 2019
@alan_winfield shared
RT @BirgitSchippers: V useful list, thanks for making this available. If you want to add another set of guidelines and principles, here's a link to the Toronto Declaration: https://t.co/Ur3ukDbSFR https://t.co/kjiEXk344K
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Preamble ............................................................................................................................ 1 Using the framework of international human rights ...