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Jaron Lanier on Virtual Reality, Social Media & the Future of Humans and AI

Jaron Lanier is a living legend. One of the earliest pioneers in virtual reality and I vividly remember reading about him in Wired magazine while I was still in college (and Wired was still relevant). Here he is speaking with Lex Fridman about VR, social media, AI, and humanity’s future. OUTLINE: 0:00 – Introduction 1:39 […]

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AI Ethics and Fairness Resources

A small collection of resources Jon Wood put together to learn more about AI ethics and fairness. Note: there’s an audio glitch for the first 30 seconds.

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Data Brew on Data Ethics

Here’s an interesting talk on ethics in data from the Data Brew podcast.

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AI Ethics Podcasts

AGI Inception Podcast with Karen Silverman on Integrity

On AiRR recently had a nice fireside chat with Karen Silverman Founder, The Cantellus Group on around Governance and Legal Aspects of Artificial Intelligence with Alberto Roldan and Rupesh Malpani

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Responsible AI: Bringing Principles to Practice

As AI is becoming part of user-facing applications and is directly impacting society, deploying AI reliably and responsibly has become a priority for Microsoft and several other industry leaders. In recent years, Microsoft has developed a set of AI principles and standards alongside a company-wide ecosystem to guide responsible AI development and deployment. In this webinar, Microsoft […]

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Why You’re Not Solving the Problem You Think You’re Solving with AI

Join Seth Juarez as he delves into ethical concerns with AI with Josh Lovejoy, who leads Design for Microsoft Ethics & Society within Cloud + AI, and Sarah Bird, who leads Responsible AI for Cognitive Services. This video explores how to think about Ethical AI and how to ensure the software you build is designed, […]

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How AI is Making LAWs

LAWs, short for Lethal Autonomous Weapons may change the nature of warfare forever. With the development of AI systems, drones that can autonomously find and eliminate a targeted individual are only years away not decades. [..] At this point, the issue is not with hardware but with software, meaning how fast new AI algorithms can […]

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Peter Singer on Suffering in Humans, Animals, and AI

Lex Fridman interviews Peter Singer in this enlightening episode of his podcast. Peter Singer is a professor of bioethics at Princeton, best known for his 1975 book Animal Liberation, that makes an ethical case against eating meat. He has written brilliantly from an ethical perspective on extreme poverty, euthanasia, human genetic selection, sports doping, the […]

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Google’s TensorFlow gets a new test for training data leaks
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Google’s TensorFlow Gets a New Test for Training Data Leaks

Google late last month debuted experimental tests for its TensorFlow Privacy library designed to reduce the degree to which machine learning models leak identifiable personal information in training data sets, such as for biometric facial recognition. The test module enables developers to “assess the privacy properties of their classification models,” according to Google. The testing […]

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Should Conscious AI Have Rights?

Big Think asks the question:  Does conscious AI deserve rights? Given that we still have trouble defining consciousness in ourselves, this debate resides largely in the philosophical realm rather than the legal or scientific arenas – for now anyways.

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