What are the ethical dilemmas associated with artificial intelligence (AI)?
Why the biggest challenge facing AI is an ethical one?
Machine Ethics in 2020 & 2019
Ethical Issues in Robotics
Today in 2020, what are the ethical dilemmas associated with AI (Artificial intelligence)?
Artificial intelligence is touching everyday lives in ever more important ways. Thanks to the likes of Google, Amazon, and Facebook, the terms AI and Machine Learning (ML) have become much more widespread than ever before.
They are often used interchangeably and promise all sorts from smarter home appliances to robots taking our jobs, it's time for the
ethicists to step in.
Artificial intelligence has proved itself in many practical tasks - from labelling photos to diagnosing disease. AI will let robots do more complicated jobs, such as this shop assistant serving customers in Japan.
In many factories, humans already work alongside robots - some think feelings of displacement could have knock-on effects on mental health.
Be fearless; what if technology could help you overcome a fear of losing your jobs or perhaps, overcoming fear through innovative technology.
You may have read or hear real stories from people who have defied personal barriers using technology, and experience how Samsung Gear VR powered
by Oculus opens up new worlds, empowering you to do what you can't.
You don't want anything holding back you or your dreams. Although, sometimes fear gets the better of us. But whether you're afraid of losing your job or heights or public speaking
Or how designer proteins could change your life or something else entirely (stay away, clowns!), you can overcome your phobias with a little tech-friendly help from your friends at Samsung.
An event that will showcase how innovative technology can enrich other facets of life, and learn how to be fearless is appearing all the time.
For example, Facebook Launches Fake News Reporting Feature. Now you can like it, dislike it ... or expose it.
Facebook's latest trick for battling faux stories quietly rolled out over the weekend - A tool that lets users flag articles they suspect to be fake.
Third-party fact-checking organizations like Snopes and PolitiFact will scrutinize flagged stories and, if necessary, mark them "disputed".
Facebook's strategy against fake news in its original meaning of false information, as opposed to President Trump's term for news he disagrees with - is much-anticipated, though some believe it's too little, too late.
Will Millennials Ever Retire?
With artificial intelligence touching everyday lives in ever more than before. Will Millennial Ever Retire?
Is retirement savings plans designed for a different world? For Millennials, retirement may be a thing of the past. From policymakers to entrepreneurs, everyone has an idea for how to fix them.
An intriguing piggy bank won't cut it. With studies suggesting that there is an increasing number of freelancers, some believe the very concept of
retirement is threatened;
And policymakers are working to determine how best to make sure today's workforce will be taken care of in the future.
Yet some entrepreneurs believe tech/AI/ML is the answer, applying algorithms to analyze earning and spending patterns and create "smart" savings for the non-traditional employees of the future.
Ethical Issues in Robotics
Artificial intelligence is everywhere and it's here to stay. Most aspects of our lives are now touched by artificial intelligence in one way or
another, from deciding what books or flights to buy online to whether our job applications are successful, whether we receive a bank loan,
and even what treatment we receive for cancer.
All of these things and many more... Can now be determined largely automatically by complex software systems.
The enormous strides AI has made in the last few years are striking and AI has the potential to make our lives better in many ways.
Roboethics - Machine Ethics
The challenge now is to make sure everyone benefits from this technology. In the last couple of years, the rise of artificial intelligence has
A Vast sums of money have been thrown at AI start-ups. Many existing tech companies including the giants like Amazon, Facebook, and Microsoft; have opened new research labs. It's not much of an exaggeration to say that software now means AI.
What's more, if increasing automation has a big impact on employment it could have a knock-on effect on people's mental health.