Types of AI Ethics Paper

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  • My algorithm is ~fair~
  • We’re a corporate research group and our product is very, very ethical
  • We used facial recognition in a cool new way and we have pure hearts and good intentions
  • If it’s legal it’s ethical: Case closed
  • Cars are kind of like trolleys, so all ethical problems involving self-driving cars are structured like the trolley problem
  • My critics are losers who hate innovation
  • Why ethics (and philosophy more broadly) can’t possibly adress questions of power
  • Theory is boring so we came up with a very practical ethics ~framework~ and it has 39238 parameters
  • It’s not unethical if it’s transparent, d’uh
  • We are 500 scientists and we’d like you to know that we too work on AI ethics now
  • We are philosophers and we refuse to sully our reputation with empirical research
  • We are once again requesting that you ~regulate~ tech (but we won’t tell you how)

Update: Types of AI For The Developing World Paper

Types of AI For Developing World Paper. Image described in post below.

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  • We’re coming to save you but this time we have AI
  • Leapfrogging Africa into Utopia using state-of-the-art ML
  • We used satellite image data to map poverty
  • The answer to all Africa’s problems lies in more data
  • We don’t know how to pronounce Lagos but we’ll build you a cool geo-map of the city.
  • Fintech
  • More fintech
  • We, in Silicon Valley, keep awake at night worrying about the unbanked women of Africa
  • Food scarcity? We have an AI solution
  • The refugee problem: We used facial recognition to solve it
  • Based on a conversation with my Ghanaian friend, here is what I think Africa needs
  • Of course Facebook is the Internet

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Making tech safe and compassionate through design, coaching and teaching. Independent consultant. Co-host of UX Podcast. Primary publication: axbom.com

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