Join SHPE SV and Analog Devices for a discussion about Cesar A. Hidalgo’s, the speaker, book titled “How Humans Judge Machines”
César A. Hidalgo is a Chilean-Spanish-American scholar known for his contributions to economic complexity, data visualization, and applied artificial intelligence. Hidalgo currently holds a Chair at the Artificial and Natural Intelligence Institute (ANITI) at the University of Toulouse. He is also an Honorary Professor at the University of Manchester and a Visiting Professor at Harvard’s School of Engineering and Applied Sciences. Between 2010 and 2019 Hidalgo led MIT’s Collective Learning group, climbing through the ranks from Assistant to Associate Professor.
How would you feel about losing your job to a machine? How about a tsunami alert system that fails? Would you react differently to acts of discrimination performed by a machine or a human? How about public surveillance? Are there conditions in which we judge machines unfairly? Is our judgment of machines affected by the moral dimensions of a scenario? Is our judgment of machines correlated with demographic factors, such as education or gender? In his book “How Humans Judge Machines,” Hidalgo and colleagues use hard science to take on these pressing technological questions. Through original research, they bring us one step closer to understanding the ethical consequences of artificial intelligence.
“How Humans Judge Machines” can be read for free at www.judgingmachines.com
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