Here are the key concepts of a great white paper.
What is the point of replacing Facebook and Google with the same things, just with another “owner”?
The popular dating app Tinder was caught charging its users as much as three times more for the same service, depending on the ages of those users. What does this mean?
Eric Schmidt, former Google Ceo, says that Elon Musk, CEO of Tesla, is “exactly wrong” about Artificial Intelligence (AI). I dare suggest that Schmidt’s vision may not be “exactly complete”.
What would happen if laws were written and maybe even “executed”, that is applied, as if they were computer software code?
Here’s a tiny proposal, albeit VERY likely NOT original, to solve a big digital issue of our time. (actually, I would be surprised if nobody has ever proposed this before. I am sure somebody must have)
In April 2018, the “Finnish Non-Discrimination and Equality Tribunal” prohibited “discriminatory use” of artificial intelligence. I am not sure they did the right thing.
- Two articles about a great issue of our time just made me a bit sad.. One is a great piece in which Joi Ito explains how and why “we need social advocates, lawyers, artists, philosophers, and other citizens to engage in designing extended [artificial] intelligence from the outset”. I completely agree with Ito when he says that doing what he proposes may be “the only way to reduce the social costs and increase the benefits of Artificial Intelligence as it becomes embedded in our culture.
It’s time for the Mark Zuckerbergs of the world to become irrelevant, instead. Even if they are cooperatives