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An Overview of National AI Strategies – Politics + AI – Medium

2018-06-28 medium.com 1,755 AI bigdata datascience AIEthics automation aistrategy

The race to become the global leader in artificial intelligence (AI) has officially begun. In the past fifteen months, 12 countries have released strategies to promote the use and development of AI.
DeepMind's Mustafa Suleyman: In 2018, AI will gain a moral compass

2018-01-05 www.wired.co.uk 1,495 AI deepmind AIethics aiforgood

The ethics of artificial intelligence must be central to its development
If AI is going to help us in a crisis, we need a new kind of ethics

2020-06-24 www.technologyreview.com 930 Artificialintelligence Machinelearning aiethics

Jess Whittlestone at the Leverhulme Centre for the Future of Intelligence at the University of Cambridge and her colleagues published a comment piece in Nature Machine Intelligence this week arguing that if artificial intelligence is going to help in a crisis, we need a new, faster way of doing AI ethics, which they call ethics…
Will Artificial Intelligence Enhance or Hack Humanity?

2019-04-28 www.wired.com 867 ArtificialIntelligence AI IoT AIethics

Historian Yuval Noah Harari and computer scientist Fei-Fei Li discuss the promise and perils of the transformative technology with WIRED editor in chief Nicholas Thompson.
Who Should Stop Unethical A.I.?

2021-02-15 www.newyorker.com 735 CyberSecurity AIEthics

At artificial-intelligence conferences, researchers are increasingly alarmed by what they see.
Three People-Centered Design Principles for Deep Learning

2019-09-09 sloanreview.mit.edu 650 DeepLearning Design MachineLearning AIEthics

To avoid bias, people-centered design principles must be the foundation of deep-learning algorithms.
This Is How A.I. Bias Really Happens — and Why It’s so Hard to Fix

2019-02-05 www.technologyreview.com 627 AI DeepLearning AIETHICS MachineLearning AIbias ethicalAI

This Is How A.I. Bias Really Happens — and Why It’s so Hard to Fix. Bias can creep in at many stages of the deep-learning process, and the standard practices in computer science aren’t designed to detect it.
Can AI Be a Fair Judge in Court? Estonia Thinks So

2019-03-25 www.wired.com 617 ArtificialIntelligence AI MachineLearning BigData Estonia TechNews blockchain CyberSecurity aiethics

Estonia plans to use an artificial intelligence program to decide some small-claims cases, part of a push to make government services smarter.
What is AI bias? – Towards Data Science

2019-01-24 towardsdatascience.com 556 AIethics

The AI bias trouble starts — but doesn’t end — with definition. “Bias” is an overloaded term which means remarkably different things in different contexts. The young discipline of ML/AI has a habit…
New AI fake text generator may be too dangerous to release, say creators

2019-02-14 www.theguardian.com 552 AI artificialintelligence OpenAI fakenews MachineLearning Deepfakes BigData AIEthics Deeplearning

The Elon Musk-backed nonprofit company OpenAI declines to release research publicly for fear of misuse
SAP BrandVoice: Ethics In AI: Why Values For Data Matter

2019-12-21 www.forbes.com 543 machinelearning aiethics BigData iot

Addressing ethics in AI today is a requirement for a fair and equitable future tomorrow. As data continues to drive decisions, businesses must ask themselves critical questions about where their data comes from, and the values within it.
Artificial Intelligence Can Now Copy Your Voice: What Does That Mean For Humans?

2019-05-06 www.forbes.com 518 ArtificialIntelligence MachineLearning IoT aiethics Voice

Artificial intelligence is a powerful tool. It has become so sophisticated that it can create artificial voices that sound like real voices. It is being used in many ways today to create audio for products, digital assistants and more.
Is Ethical A.I. Even Possible? - The New York Times

2019-03-01 www.nytimes.com 475 artificialintelligence MachineLearning fintech AIethics EthicalAI future

Idealism can eventually bow to financial pressure and artificial intelligence companies, big and small, can change course.
Why Tech Billionaires Are Spending To Restrain Artificial Intelligence

2019-04-26 www.forbes.com 447 aiethics

Some tech billionaires are so worried about the direction of artificial intelligence that they are spending their own billions to monitor and restrain it. If those who know best the frontiers of tech are worried about its direction then we should all be taking note.
A.I. Systems Echo Biases They’re Fed, Putting Scientists on Guard - The New York Times

2019-11-11 www.nytimes.com 446 ArtificialIntelligence BigData AIEthics

Researchers say computer systems are learning from lots and lots of digitized books and news articles that could bake old attitudes into new technology.
The Next Big Privacy Hurdle? Teaching AI to Forget

2019-06-12 www.wired.com 423 Privacy insurtech AIEthics CyberSecurity

Opinion: The inability to forget doesn’t only impact personal privacy—it could also lead to real problems for our global security.
Participation-washing could be the next dangerous fad in machine learning

2020-08-26 www.technologyreview.com 421 MachineLearning ArtificialIntelligence aiethics

The AI community is finally waking up to the fact that machine learning can cause disproportionate harm to already oppressed and disadvantaged groups. We have activists and organizers to thank for that. Now, machine-learning researchers and scholars are looking for ways to make AI more fair, accountable, and transparent—but also, recently, more participatory. One of…
Opinion

2019-09-06 www.nytimes.com 418 artificialintelligence IoT AIethics

Computer systems need to understand time, space and causality. Right now they don’t.
AI, Robots, and Ethics in the Age of COVID-19

2020-05-12 sloanreview.mit.edu 408 AI coronavirus COVID19 AIethics futureofwork

The increasing adoption of AI and robots has implications for jobs, biases, and data privacy.