Thursday, September 01, 2016

How Tech Giants Are Devising Real Ethics for Artificial Intelligence - The New York Times

Collaborating to avoid business-unfavorable AI regulation, among other concerns; tangentially, also see New Center for Human-Compatible AI (Future of Life Institute news)
"For years, science-fiction moviemakers have been making us fear the bad things that artificially intelligent machines might do to their human creators. But for the next decade or two, our biggest concern is more likely to be that robots will take away our jobs or bump into us on the highway.

Now five of the world’s largest tech companies are trying to create a standard of ethics around the creation of artificial intelligence. While science fiction has focused on the existential threat of A.I. to humans, researchers at Google’s parent company, Alphabet, and those from Amazon, Facebook, IBM and Microsoft have been meeting to discuss more tangible issues, such as the impact of A.I. on jobs, transportation and even warfare."
How Tech Giants Are Devising Real Ethics for Artificial Intelligence - The New York Times
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