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Responsible AI: Virginia Dignum Virginia Dignum, Professor of Computing Science, University of Umeå, visited Human Futures for a lecture on Responsible AI on February 25. Dignum addressed the ethical implications of artificial intelligence and raised questions about the moral values and decisions behind the behavior of artificial autonomous systems. More videos from the event here: https://humanfutures.au.dk/videos/
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Responsible AI: Interview with Virginia Dignum. Virginia Dignum, Professor of Computing Science, University of Umeå: "Artificial intelligence is not a magic thing which falls from the sky and just happens to us and decides our destiny. Humans will have to take the decisions about how to develop and implement AI technologies that can help solve problems and lead to better human lives. Hollywood’s killer AI robots could not be further from the reality of artificial intelligence. But still there lots of challenges and possible dangers."
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Responsible AI: Interview with Johanna Seibt Johanna Seibt, Professor of Philosophy, Aarhus University: "Development of systems of artificial intelligence is driven by technology and by engineers. But philosophers and social scientists should play a dominant role in understanding and prescribing ways in which AI-systems can enhance human wellbeing. When engineers want to build a weeding robot, they would always go to a botanist. But why don’t they quite as naturally turn to experts on social behavior when developing a social robot?"
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Literature and Posthumanism Mads Rosendahl Thomsen is interviewed by Dr. Francesca Ferrando. Recorded at Digital Studio, New York University (NYU), New York City, September 2019.
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Evolution and Transhumanism Mads Rosendahl Thomsen is interviewed by Dr. Francesca Ferrando. Recorded at Digital Studio, New York University (NYU), New York City, September 2019.