Should AI systems be terrified of humans?
Currently reading 'Ethics for people who work in Tech', 'Robot Souls', and 'short introduction to Sociology'.
- I would recommend 'Ethical Machines' for those implementing processes in the work place,
- 'AI ethics' for getting an overview,
- 'Privacy is Power' to anyone, as its great!
- 'Stories from 2045' if you're interested in AI, economics and UBI
... sure theres more but that's what i got for now :)
The MAEI breifings and end of years are super helpful. I loving listening to podcasts and watching youtube videos (also gives me ideas for my own www.machine-ethics.net). I read some papers but also ALOT of books which i post on my patreon and instagram @machineethicspodcast
Greetings MAIEI! I'm writing regarding the recent question you posed in your AI Ethics Brief #124 email: "What are some of your favorite sources to stay abreast in the field of responsible AI?" As a representative of the Schwartz Reisman Institute for Technology and Society (SRI) at the University of Toronto, I'd like to share a resource with you for consideration for sharing with your community if you think it might be of interest:
"Discerning signal from noise: The state of global AI standardization and what it means for Canada" (a joint report from SRI and the Standards Council of Canada): https://static1.squarespace.com/static/5ef0b24bc96ec4739e7275d3/t/6447e5d394c9df075de5c5c0/1682433492483/SRI_DiscerningSignalFromNoise_2023_English.pdf