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Submitted on 9 May 2022 The Forgotten Margins of AI Ethics Abeba Birhane, Elayne Ruane, Thomas Laurent, Matthew S. Brown, Johnathan Flowers, Anthony Ventresque, Christopher L. Dancy How has recent AI Ethics literature addressed topics such as fairness and justice in the context of continued social and structural power asymmetries? We trace both the historical roots and current landmark work that...
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Source: https://www.technologyreview.com/supertopic/ai-colonialism-supertopic/ An MIT Technology Review series, supported by the MIT Knight Science Journalism Fellowship Program and the Pulitzer Center, investigating how AI is enriching a powerful few by dispossessing communities that have been dispossessed before. INTRODUCTION Artificial intelligence is creating a new world order Over the last few years, an increasing number of scholars have argued that the...
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Think Tank European Parliament Study 17-03-2022 This study describes two main dimensions of 5G technology, i.e. privacy and security. This research paper focuses on the analysis of cybersecurity risks and threats, privacy challenges and 5G technology opportunities at EU level and worldwide, as well as the relationship between cybersecurity risks and privacy issues. The methodological framework...
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Source: https://www.govtech.com/opinion/do-we-have-the-ethical-guardrails-for-whats-next-in-tech Opinion March 2022 •  Paul W. Taylor As technologists continue to introduce bleeding-edge ideas like the metaverse that could change how we work, live and play online, is government prepared to regulate those new spaces? Historian Robert Hughes coined the elegant phrase “the shock of the new” to describe the influence of technology on imagination....
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“How AI Fails Us,” Divya Siddarth, Daron Acemoglu, Danielle Allen, Kate Crawford, James Evans, Michael Jordan, E. Glen Weyl (December 1, 2021). The dominant vision of artificial intelligence imagines a future of large-scale autonomous systems outperforminghumans in an increasing range of fields. This “actually existing AI” vision misconstrues intelligence as autonomousrather than social and relational. It is both unproductive...
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Source: European Parliament News https://www.europarl.europa.eu/news/en/press-room/20210930IPR13925/use-of-artificial-intelligence-by-the-police-meps-oppose-mass-surveillance To combat discrimination and ensure the right to privacy, MEPs demand strong safeguards when artificial intelligence tools are used in law enforcement. In a resolution adopted by 377 in favour, 248 against and 62 abstentions, MEPs point to the risk of algorithmic bias in AI applications and emphasise that human...
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“The higher the risk for human rights, the stricter the legal requirements for the use of AI technology should be”. — Urgent action needed over artificial intelligence risks to human rights, warned @mbachelet : https://t.co/MSCYeTSpO6 pic.twitter.com/Np4M0G0euB— UN Geneva (@UNGeneva) September 19, 2021 Urgent need for a moratorium on the sale and use of #AI systems...
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09.01.2021 Source: Wired https://www.wired.com/story/fight-to-define-when-ai-is-high-risk/ By Khari Johnson Everyone from tech companies to churches wants a say in how the EU regulates AI that could harm people. PEOPLE SHOULD NOT be slaves to machines, a coalition of evangelical church congregations from more than 30 countries preached to leaders of the European Union earlier this summer. The European...
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Link to the report PDF: https://standards.ieee.org/content/dam/ieee-standards/standards/web/documents/other/ethical-technical-challenges-autonomous-weapons-systems.pdf
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A new research paper outlines how @oppo intends to venture into #6G. @OPPOSouthAfrica https://t.co/sRF0i9taHH— ITWeb News Publication (@ITWeb) July 15, 2021 Oppo has outlined its intention to venture into 6G, as part of the Chinese multinational telco’s future plans to create next-generation communications offerings. The phone maker’s research arm, the Oppo Research Institute in Shenzhen, has...
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