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Eric Schmidt's vision about AI may not be "exactly complete"

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”.

Food for thought found on Twitter about "legislation as code"

What would happen if laws were written and maybe even “executed”, that is applied, as if they were computer software code?

The cultural danger inside voice recognition by artificial intelligence

Flaws in voice recognition software like Siri may be causing more road accidents. In the long run, however, such systems will also cause, or increase, something else

The limits of "banning discrimination through Artificial Intelligence"

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.

Limits, and one big side effect, of granting personhood status to "robots"

Let’s play conspiracy theories for a moment: what is the REAL reason why the European Parliament is proposing to treat robots as human beings? Even better: WHICH robots should benefit of such a recognition? WHAT is a robot, anyway?

Quick: what is the FIRST thing that should be open to democratic control, and used for the common good?

Two articles about a great issue of our time just made me a bit sad.