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AI ethics is all about power

On Nov 11, 2019
@RobMcCargow shared
#AI ethics is all about power | via @kharijohnson @VentureBeat #ResponsibleAI https://t.co/5lHC7bAr8w
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Power in AI is like gravity, an invisible force that influences every consideration of ethics in artificial intelligence.

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On Nov 11, 2019
@RobMcCargow shared
#AI ethics is all about power | via @kharijohnson @VentureBeat #ResponsibleAI https://t.co/5lHC7bAr8w
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AI ethics is all about power

Power in AI is like gravity, an invisible force that influences every consideration of ethics in artificial intelligence.



On Nov 11, 2019
@Floridi shared
RT @oiioxford: New approach needed for defining AI standards in cybersecurity, say Oxford academics @RosariaTaddeo @Floridi and @dstlmod. https://t.co/ny40n01Ms1 https://t.co/NUiiqhirQb
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New approach needed for defining AI standards in cybersecurity, say Oxford academics

A multidisciplinary research and teaching department of the University of Oxford, dedicated to the social science of the Internet

On Nov 7, 2019
@johnchavens shared
RT @RobOfTheGreen: #TBT to this episode from Season One with AI Ethics Expert and Author @johnchavens talking Creativity, Ethical Problems with #ArtificialIntelligence and The Uncanny Valley! Listen on https://t.co/p9Wyu1bJHR #applepodcasts https://t.co/Q3VR7JZw0Z #spotify https://t.co/qBL9VjBu9G https://t.co/9Eje3TU80f
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EP36 – John C. Havens on Artificial Intelligence, Ethics, and the Uncanny Valley

This episode is one I’ve been really keen to release since recording it as I’ve been reading about what AI could mean to us in the short and longer term so had a bunch of questions to put ...

On Nov 8, 2019
@johnchavens shared
NAB, CBA, Telstra & Microsoft to test Australian government AI ethics principles https://t.co/uc2rjToCGK h/t @achanthadavong Deeply encouraged by focus on: Human, social & environment wellbeing; human-centre values in respect to human rights, diversity & autonomy of individuals
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NAB, CBA, Telstra, and Microsoft to test Australian government AI ethics principles

The businesses have voluntarily put their hands up to test the principles in real world scenarios.

On Nov 8, 2019
@CSERCambridge shared
[email protected]'s @dylanmatt argues that left & right, and those concerned with near- and long-term AI, should work together on AI safety and ethics - referencing a paper from our Seán Ó hÉigeartaigh and @LeverhulmeCFI's @stephenjcave https://t.co/2hftY9KwsH
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Why the left should worry more about AI

It’s not just a weird libertarian obsession. Corporate AI is already warping our lives and our governments.

On Nov 10, 2019
@alan_winfield shared
@GaryMarcus @WiringTheBrain @TonyZador @Zergylord @ylecun @punkstrategy @pmddomingos Great paper Gary. I would argue that many if not most of your conceptual primitives are present in robots with simulation-based internal models. See https://t.co/P5kXa5OeUF for a summary of how such robots have a simple artificial theory of mind.
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Experiments in Artificial Theory of Mind

Since setting out my initial thoughts on robots with simulation-based internal models about 5 years ago - initially in the context of ethica...

On Nov 10, 2019
@johnchavens shared
RT @EthicalBAU: @JamesGIS @katinamichael @johnchavens @maria_axente @CNN Many different kinds eh? https://t.co/c4InmenBJ5
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Why We Should Teach Kids to Call the Robot ‘It’

As a new generation grows up surrounded by artificial intelligence, researchers find education as early as preschool can help avoid confusion about robots’ role.

On Nov 11, 2019
@FrankPasquale shared
Very interesting special issue of @VentureBeat on "Power in AI" https://t.co/mGI9upLdkb via @ruchowdh
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Become a VB Special Issue Insider

VentureBeat publishes quarterly special issues that explore a central topic from a variety of angles. The is the first one: Power in AI.

On Nov 9, 2019
@amcafee shared
RT @kmesch1: #AI #Ethics ... @erikbryn a.o. useful survey on the conference https://t.co/DHJ3DzwvUv
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Exploring the Human Side of Artificial Intelligence

At an AI forum, experts say the arrival of superhuman machine intelligence will be one of the biggest events in human history.

On Nov 7, 2019
@RobMcCargow shared
RT @Assoc_of_MBAs: Ensuring #artificial #intelligence is good for business. Artificial intelligence is a #disruptive force that leaders must channel to positive effect, argues @RobMcCargow Director of AI at @PwC_UK. Find out more here: https://t.co/56yg9QjHjr https://t.co/E8GhuF8H2V
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Ensuring artificial intelligence is good for business

Artificial intelligence is a disruptive force that leaders must channel to positive effect, argues Rob McCargow, Director of AI at PWC As businesses around the world grapple with the ...

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On Nov 12, 2019
@David_Gunkel shared
@DorotheaBaur @DrPehar @AngusRobson5 @PKathrani @PabloRedux @sd_marlow @EmergTechEthics @JohnDanaher Check the innovative and thought provoking work in @MachineEthics from Michael Anderson and Susan Leigh Anderson https://t.co/XJWdJAgxDt https://t.co/u4eu6rrwJw
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Machine Ethics: Creating an Ethical Intelligent Agent

ISSN 0738-4602 Machine Ethics: Creating an Ethical Intelligent Agent Michael Anderson and Susan Leigh Anderson AI Magazine Volume 28 Number 4 (2007) (© AAAI) The Importance of Machine ...

On Nov 7, 2019
@RobMcCargow shared
#AI Makes the World a Weirder Place, and That's Okay | featuring @JanelleCShane in @PCMag https://t.co/AxIqfNs8eF
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AI Makes the World a Weirder Place, and That's Okay

Dr. Janelle Shane wanted to create a fun and approachable way for people to learn about AI, so her new book focuses on the bizarre and hilarious things it has produced.

On Nov 6, 2019
@Floridi shared
RT @ulliwaltinger: @AkwyZ 🙏 for your time and discussion - great person you are #asyodasaid - here’s a interesting read on #aiethics and the concept of soft and hard ethics from the inspiring @Floridi https://t.co/UvOeBNlNba https://t.co/2aEmB3qp32
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Soft Ethics and the Governance of the Digital

Today, in any mature information society (Floridi 2016), we no longer live online or offline but onlife, that is, we increasingly live in that special space, or infosphere, that is ...

On Nov 7, 2019
@johnchavens shared
RT @RobOfTheGreen: #TBT to this episode from Season One with AI Ethics Expert and Author @johnchavens talking Creativity, Ethical Problems with #ArtificialIntelligence and The Uncanny Valley! Listen on https://t.co/p9Wyu1bJHR #applepodcasts https://t.co/Q3VR7JZw0Z #spotify https://t.co/qBL9VjBu9G https://t.co/9Eje3TU80f
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John C. Havens - Artificial Intelligence, Ethics, and the Uncanny Valley! EP036

‎Show 1% Better, Ep John C. Havens - Artificial Intelligence, Ethics, and the Uncanny Valley! EP036 - 27 Sep 2017

On Nov 6, 2019
@David_Gunkel shared
Q: What sort of rights might a robot need? A: The Rights of (Killer) Robots. Pre-print now available. https://t.co/8UcenoSTRd https://t.co/pogKRHJBCW
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Click here to read the article

Should they then be granted rights under the Geneva Conventions?” The vast majority of existing research take-up and address the kinds of questions with which Sparrow begins—questions ...

On Nov 7, 2019
@PKathrani shared
One for @PabloRedux and @EmergTechEthics I think re insurance and #risk ‘How insurance can mitigate AI risks’ https://t.co/l6QGUfU8Gv via @BrookingsInst @JohnAFlood @David_Gunkel @sd_marlow
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How insurance can mitigate AI risks

Along with other steps, insurance can be part of the way we mitigate AI risks.

On Nov 7, 2019
@oiioxford shared
RT @SandraWachter5: Check out my @cognition_x podcast https://t.co/KRlHyZSPVF(at 14.30 min) on AI & black box decisions, a right to reasonable AI inferences and bias and discrimination w/panel @simcd @RTaylorOpenData @whiterhino1949 @kcorrick
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A Panel Discussion of AI, GDPR and the Limits of Automated Processing with 6 Experts Including; Dr. Sandra Wachter and Simon McDougall

With GDPR just over 1 year old, this episode gives an early assessment of AI regulation. Simon McDougall reports from the Information Commissioner's Office while Professor Sandra Wachter ...