News » Guest lecture in 'AI, Society, and Humanity (94878)'
On Tuesday 25th of January, I’m giving a guest talk on Spooky Technology in ‘AI, Society, and Humanity’
AI and robotic technologies are rapidly developing and spreading, with corresponding social and human impacts opportunities. Understanding these potential risks and benefits requires a multidisciplinary approach, drawing from ethics, philosophy, psychology, sociology, economics, and more. These diverse perspectives can help us to ensure that new technologies support and advance human and social values interests. In this course, we will study relevant disciplinary methods frameworks through a series of case studies of current or near-future AI and robotic technologies. We will learn to apply those techniques to analyze and understand the challenges opportunities presented by novel technology.