Principled Artificial Intelligence

Google's Artificial Intelligence Principles (AI

Nahema Marchal joins us this week to discuss Google’s newly published ‘AI principles‘. Nahema is a colleague of ours at the OII, she is the co-chair of the Connected Life conference and is interested in online drivers of partisan hostility.

Interesting Links and Definitions

Artificial Intelligence definition: the theory and development of computer systems able to perform tasks normally requiring human intelligence, such as visual perception, speech recognition, decision-making, and translation between languages. (Ironically, this has been taken directly from Google).

Google and Warfare: Google employees protest company involvement in warfare technology Read more in the i.

Here’s the PAI – the Partnership on AI.

Here’s AI Now.

Finally, here’s Data & Society’s website.

We spoke about science fiction writer Arthur C. Clarke and his third law: “Any sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic”. Read the wiki.

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You may contact Alice here, and contact Andrew here. These are our Twitters: @alicelthwaite and @agstrait. Nahema can be found on twitter @nahema_marchal.

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Apologies for the slight delay in uploading this podcast. We’ve had a backlog of work to get through – but we promise we’ve got some really exciting guests and topics coming up in the next few weeks! So bear with us! 🙂

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