What History Can Tell Us About the Future of Artificial Intelligence | Jonathan Penn | TEDxRoma

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Jonathan Penn compares AI to Central Park and gives some ideas of how we can collectively handle the future of AI. He recognizes that the development of AI has and will continue to raise many new challenges. However, he shows how this is the right time to develop it and he gives some guidelines.

Jonathan Penn, attraverso un paragone tra l'intelligenza artificiale e Central Park ci espone le sue idee su come si possa collettivamente gestire il cambiamento dell’IA. La consapevolezza sta nel riconoscere che lo sviluppo della stessa porterà sempre a molti interrogativi e sfide. Tuttavia, tramite il suo talk ci dimostra come l’oggi sia il giusto momento per incentivare la ricerca sull'IA, offrendoci così possibili linee guida da seguire.
Jonnie Penn is a New York Times Bestselling author, a Google Technology Policy Fellow, and a Rausing, Williamson and Lipton doctoral scholar studying the history and philosophy of artificial intelligence at the University of Cambridge. He is currently a visiting scholar in the STS department at MIT and a BKMLA Assembly Fellow at the MIT Media Lab and Harvard's Berkman Kline Centre for Society and Internet.

Jonnie Penn è autore di bestseller per il New York Times, è membro del programma Google Policy Fellowship e dottorando con borsa Rasuing, Williamson and Lipton presso l'Università di Cambridge, dove studia storia e filosofia dell'intelligenza artificiale. Attualmente è in visita come studioso di Intelligenza Artificiale e Governance presso il dipartimento di Scienza, Tecnologia e Società del MIT e membro del progetto Assembly, frutto della collaborazione tra il MIT Media Lab e il Berkman Kline Centre for Society and Internet di Harvard. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at https://www.ted.com/tedx


Big Sisser says:

I've missed Jonnie and fellas from The Buried Life. Its really nice to see this Ted Talk and find out a little more about what he's been up to. And what an exciting topic! There are so many wonderful things that AI could potentially contribute to society, and I'm excited to see those kinds of things unfold in coming years. In response to Jonnie's question, I'd love to see truer human connection in the future. Technology has brought us all closer, but it also has a way of isolating people. You can sit on your phone during a lunch break at work and 'connect' with someone across the world, but what about connecting with the person right in front of you that you're sharing the table with on your lunch break? People are wired for connectivity. We're healthiest when we're connected, seen, recognized, loved, and valued. I wonder how AI could help with that? Could push us to be more human? To love better?

Beverly Banks says:

In response to your question about what we would like to see AI do in the future, I loved your comment that shared why not look into why someone would commit a crime and create policy and help for people. So I would like to see AI used to determine how we can solve societal problems such poverty, inequality and improve education for the majority of people.

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