– [Interviewer] Hello and welcome to Experian’s Weekly Data Talk, a show featuring some of the smartest people working in data science. Today we’re excited to talk with Bill Vorhies, he’s the editorial director at Data Science Central, and the president and chief data scientist at Data Magnum. Bill, thank… Continue Reading The Ethical & Social Implications of Artificial Intelligence @DataScienceCtrl (Episode 44) #DataTalk

– Thanks to Skillshare for keeping LegalEagle in the air. Learn to think like a lawyer for free for two months by clicking the link in the description. The dominant counter-narrative against the whistleblower complaint is that it is hearsay, and the critics’ claim that the whistleblower complaint is hearsay… Continue Reading Is the Whistleblower Complaint HEARSAY? – Real Law Review

>>>WELCOME TO 2019, IT IS 9:32 A.M. THIS IS A SPECIAL MEETING OF THE GENDER EQUITY, SAFE COMMUNITIES, NEW AMERICANS, AND EDUCATION COMMITTEE. I’M COUNCIL MEMBER LORENA GONZALEZ. I KNOW MY TWO COLLEAGUES WILL BE JOINING ME AT THE TABLE A LITTLE BIT LATER. WHY DON’T WE GO AHEAD AND… Continue Reading Seattle City Council Gender Equity, Safe Communities, New Americans & Education Committee 7/31/19

Rob McClendon: Here’s what’s coming up on your “Horizon.” So here’s a sobering thought: Take any first-grade classroom from around the country, and of those students, 65 percent of those first-graders will work in a type of job that does not even exist today. Today, our focus is centered around… Continue Reading Oklahoma Horizon TV Show 1642

all right by way of brief introduction I’m Jade I’m from the University of Oxford and I come from a place called the Centre for the governance of AI and it takes quite a different flavour to the kind of topic Fiona talked about because we take a very long-term… Continue Reading Regulación de la Inteligencia Artificial | Jade Leung

welcome to tonight’s great debate humans data AI and ethics a UTS conversation my name is Harry Stevenson I’m going to be your adjudicator and timekeeper this evening I won’t be your time here probably their time to be but but you can think you own me if that helps… Continue Reading Humans, Data, AI & Ethics – The Great Debate

– Good evening and welcome to the Marian Miner Cook Athenaeum. My name is Isabel Lilles, and I’m one of the Ath fellows this year. In the fall of 2015, I took a Jane Austen literature course. This is a complete coincidence, which I still consider to be one of… Continue Reading Artificial Intelligence, Jane Austen, and the Law – Apoorv Agarwal

Artificial intelligence. The world faces what some call ‘technophobia’ and some call it ‘techno-utopia’. Where is the role of ethics? How do we gareentee a human community, a world where human beings are not driven by technology and the products of their hand work rather that they imbue this products… Continue Reading Does artificial intelligence need ethics?

Computers are becoming better and better everyday. They have become better, faster, and stronger. They have even started replacing humans especially in the workplace Does this mean that what we saw in the Matrix and Terminator movies is going to happen? Does this mean that companies like Skynet are going… Continue Reading الذكاء الإصطناعي الآن وفي المستقبل- Artificial Intelligence now and in the future

So, what I’m here to talk about today is artificial intelligence or AI and Microsoft’s deep belief that humans and computers working together through increasingly intelligent algorithms can drastically change the way that we, as a society, respond to some of our greatest challenges. And so, over the past year… Continue Reading Esri UC 2017: Microsoft AI