A nice graphic summary of my presentation at Ambrosetti Club in Milan Italy, a few weeks ago

Thanks to Valerio and his team at Ambrosetti for inviting me, and for helping me with the Technology vs Humanity book translation into Italian (see review and purchase link here)

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We Don’t Need More Guidelines or Frameworks on Ethical AI Use. It’s Time for Regulatory Action

Recent debates over the general ethical principles underpinning autonomous and intelligent systems (A/IS) have highlighted many of the possible societal consequences of developing and deploying A/IS without proper forethought and governance. Read full Article

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Computers can’t tell if you’re happy when you smile

When humans try to figure out how someone is feeling, we use a lot of information: facial expressions, body language, where that person is, and more. When computers try to do the same thing, they tend to focus only on the face. Read full Article

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Social media crack, the sofalarity and FOMO babies: my 3 most popular graphics

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Short interview: the future could be heaven or it could be hell #hellven – all depends on wise governance

Just released! In this short clip I talk about what I call HellVen (a neologism combining heaven and hell); a concept I presented in my book Technology vs. Humanity https://www.techvshuman.com Given the vast possibilities of exponential technological advances the future could be heaven… or it could be hell, depending on how we GOVERN it. We … Continue reading "Short interview: the future could be heaven or it could be hell #hellven – all depends on wise governance"

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