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Tag: Artificial Intelligence
Archive of all posts about artificial intelligence by Professor Daniel J. Solove for his blog at TeachPrivacy, a privacy awareness training company.
Cartoon: Artificial Intelligence
This cartoon about artificial intelligence is based on something I often hear — that it is impossible to understand how certain decisions are made by certain algorithms. I wonder whether this problem is due to the fact that not enough effort is being devoted to addressing ethical issues such as the transparency of the decisionmaking […]
The Ethics of Artificial Intelligence: An Interview of Kurt Long
In recent years, there have been tremendous advances in artificial intelligence (AI). These rapid technological advances are raising a myriad of ethical issues, and much work remains to be done in thinking through all of these ethical issues. I am delighted to be interviewing Kurt Long about the topic of AI. Long is the creator and CEO […]
Artificial Intelligence, Big Data, and Humanity’s Future: An Interview with Evan Selinger
Recently published by Cambridge University Press, Re-Engineering Humanity explores how artificial intelligence, automated decisionmaking, the increasing use of Big Data are shaping the future of humanity. This excellent interdisciplinary book is co-authored by Professors Evan Selinger and Brett Frischmann, and it critically examines three interrelated questions. Under what circumstances can using technology make us more like simple machines than actualized human […]