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Deepfakes Pose Increasing Legal and Ethical Issues for Hollywood | THE HOLLYWOOD REPORTER

When AI is used to have famous people express things they didn’t, the results are called deepfakes. When they’re intentional, they’re called breakthroughs….

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Henry Kissinger, Eric Schmidt, and Daniel Huttenlocher: The Metamorphosis | August 2019

‘we should accept that AI is bound to become increasingly sophisticated and ubiquitous, and ask ourselves: How will its evolution affect human perception,…

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The best books on Ethics for Artificial Intelligence recommended by Paula Boddington | FIVE BOOKS

‘Some of the ethical questions in AI are precisely about how we think of ourselves in the world.’ The author of the definitive…

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Editorial Board: The Guardian view on digital injustice – when computers make things worse | June, 2019

‘One key difference between the analogue bureaucracy of the traditional civil service and the digitised bureaucracy of artificial intelligence is that it is…

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Beijing AI Principles | BEIJING ACADEMY OF ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE 2019

A combination of universities, institutes, and companies have launched 15 principles to guide the evolution of artificial intelligence in China. Known as ‘The…

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Digital assistants like Siri and Alexa entrench gender biases, says UN | THE GUARDIAN

THE GUARDIAN reports that a UNESCO study says smart speakers like Siri and Alexa should not use female voices by default. The study…

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Why we need a global response to AI ethics | WEF

‘Consider the following scenario: a car from China has different factory standards than a car from the US, but is shipped to and…

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Fei-Fei Li & Yuval Noah Harari in Conversation – The Coming AI Upheaval | Stanford 2019

Runs: 90m Discussion starts around 9:38, following introductions A wide ranging conversation between two leading thinkers in technology evolution: ethics in society, hacking…

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Ethics guidelines for trustworthy AI | EUROPEAN COMMISSION 2018

The EUROPEAN COMMISSION presents seven guidelines for trustworthy artificial intelligence. The Commission says they are to create ‘an environment of trust’ when developing…

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Google and Microsoft Warn That AI May Do Dumb Things | WIRED

‘Alphabet likes to position itself as a leader in AI research, but it was six months behind rival Microsoft in warning investors about…

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How Tech Giants Are Using AI Ethics Centres To Avoid Future Mishaps | ANALYTICS INDIA

‘As the world acknowledges the inevitability of AI and ML, the conversation has, however, shifted to its ethics, with governments and lawmakers bringing…

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Is It Possible For AI To Be Ethical? | ASIAN SCIENTIST

‘While the panellists agreed that it is impossible to have an ‘ethical AI’, they believe that ‘AI ethics’ is a discussion that we…

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China’s top AI scientist drives development of ethical guidelines | SCMP

‘Chen (Xiaoping), professor and director of the Robotics Laboratory at the University of Science and Technology of China, said AI in China had…

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Values, Ethics and Innovation: Rethinking Technological Development in the Fourth Industrial Revolution | WEF 2018

THE WORLD ECONOMIC FORUM says beneficial outcomes should be the focus when making choices about technology. Technology reflects its makers, they say, and…

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We know ethics should inform AI. But which ethics? | WEF

Ethical standards are likely to become as important at shaping global competition as technological standards have been since the 1980s. THE WORLD ECONOMIC…

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7 principles from Google

‘We acknowledge that this area is dynamic and evolving, and we will approach our work with humility, a commitment to internal and external…