As AI technology develops rapidly, it is widely recognized that ethical guidelines are required for safe and fair implementation in society. But is it possible to agree on what is ‘ethical AI’? A detailed analysis of 84 AI ethics reports around the world, from national and international organizations, companies and institutes, explores this question, finding a convergence around core principles but substantial divergence on practical implementation.
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Scientists used machine learning to analyze the coevolution of physical traits in butterflies.
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The proof-of-concept study could be a step toward better assisted communication devices for paralyzed people.
Yuval Harari on social inequality and the naivete of tech CEOs
'The creation of AGI will be the most important technological development in human history,' says OpenAI boss
App provokes shock with pictures – and concern about what they could be used for
Critics say 'Minority Report-style policing' must be stopped
Not only can artificial intelligence revolutionize healthcare, it could help restore the doctor-patient relationship.
Eric Topol, founder and director of Scripps Research Translational Institute and Reading Frames author, discusses the future of the doctor-patient bond in an era of artificial intelligence-driven medicine.
In Chapter 10, “Deep Discovery,” author Eric Topol considers the marriage of omics and AI.
A new artificial intelligence called Pluribus is a real card shark at six-player no-limit Texas Hold’em.
Pluribus became the first computer to win at no-limit Texas hold ’em
Amazon and Microsoft are vying for a controversial 'war cloud' contract worth $10 billion
Artificial intelligence is used to guess who and what is in images
“Ambient computing” and other sensor-driven technologies are promising to make cars of the very near future much safer.
‘These devices have amazing capabilities that we can take advantage of,’ says scientist