Ethics and bias in artificial intelligence development

In early November, the National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) released its preliminary report on the fatal March 2018 collision between an Uber self-driving car and a pedestrian. The report reveals that the car’s self-driving technology suffered from numerous literal and figurative blind spots — among them, the inability to reliably identify a pedestrian outside a […]

What Do We Look for in AI?

When we think of artificial intelligence at its peak, we usually think of one of two things: humans and robots coexisting happily together in society, or robots killing or enslaving humans. These are both very human things to want to do, and we have a storied history of doing both. These thoughts, or perhaps expectations, […]

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