Day 1 Session 3: Building Morality into Machines

:00 – Matthew Liao Opening Remarks
1:52 – Stephen Wolfram “How to Tell AIs What to Do (and What to Tell Them)”
38:20 – Francesca Rossi “Ethical Embodied Decision Making”
1:13:30 – Peter Railton “Machine Morality: Building or Learning?”
1:47:00 – Speaker panel

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On October 14-15, 2016, the NYU Center for Mind, Brain and Consciousness in conjunction with the NYU Center for Bioethics hosted a conference on “The Ethics of Artificial Intelligence”.

Recent progress in artificial intelligence (AI) makes questions about the ethics of AI more pressing than ever. Existing AI systems already raise numerous ethical issues: for example, machine classification systems raise questions about privacy and bias. AI systems in the near-term future raise many more issues: for example, autonomous vehicles and autonomous weapons raise questions about safety and moral responsibility. AI systems in the long-term future raise more issues in turn: for example, human-level artificial general intelligence systems raise questions about the moral status of the systems themselves.

This conference will explore these questions about the ethics of artificial intelligence and a number of other questions, including:

What ethical principles should AI researchers follow?
Are there restrictions on the ethical use of AI?
What is the best way to design AI that aligns with human values?
Is it possible or desirable to build moral principles into AI systems?
When AI systems cause benefits or harm, who is morally responsible?
Are AI systems themselves potential objects of moral concern?
What moral framework and value system is best used to assess the impact of AI?

Artificial intelligence as a threat to humans? Nope, says Rodney Brooks. AI-alarmists like Stefan Hawking or Elon Musk take a false perspective when they transfer human skills to machines. One example: If a machine solves arithmetical problems in a flash and wins highly complex games against humans, they conclude it is super smart – and thus smarter than humans. But according to Brooks, it is not that simple. What we can expect instead from AI and robotics in the next 10 to 20 years? How fast will technology actually progress and what significance will ethics have? Three of many questions one of the greatest pioneers of robotics answers in our DUB Business Talk.

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Flight and robotics have always been Marc Gyongyosi’s biggest passions. Now he’s the founder of a startup, IFM, that’s developed a Jetson-powered autonomous drone. The company first unveiled its indoor navigation technology at NVIDIA’s GPU Technology Conference in April 2016, and is now staking a claim in the $5 billion warehouse analytics industry. Using Jetson technology makes his flying robots small, light and agile enough to zip through the corridors and tight spaces of a warehouse.

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Computers can beat us in board games, transcribe speech, and instantly identify almost any object. But will future robots go further by learning to figure out what we’re feeling? Kostas Karpouzis imagines a future where machines and the people who run them can accurately read our emotional states — and explains how that could allow them to assist us, or manipulate us, at unprecedented scales.

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Artificial Intelligence has mind-blowing implications for the way we live, work and play. Many fear its long-term consequences more than Brexit, and there’s little doubt it will destroy jobs and entire industries. But if we harness its potential properly could it not enable us to live longer, better and be more human? After completing a MA in Broadcast Journalism at Cardiff, Guto Harri spent 18 years at the BBC, before leaving his post as Chief Political Correspondent to become Director of External Affairs for Boris Johnson, then Mayor of London. He went on to work as Director of Communications and Corporate Affairs for NewsUK and Managing Director of External Communications at Liberty Global, one of the world’s largest media companies. 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

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In his talk, Professor Dhar answers the question “when do we trust machines?” by walking us through various situations in our everyday lives — investing, playing sports, riding in driverless cars, and using social media platforms — to encourage us to question the faith we put in technology. In answer to his question, Dhar utilizes a “trust matrix in order to illustrate how the answer depends on two key elements: how often machines make mistakes and the costs or consequences of these mistakes. Vasant Dhar is a professor at the Stern School of Business and the Center for Data Science at New York University. He is Editor-in-Chief of the journal Big Data, and the founder of SCT Capital Management, a machine-learning-based hedge fund in New York City. Dhar’s central research question asks when we should trust AI machines that learn from data. His research has addressed this question in a number of areas including financial markets, social media and healthcare. Dhar has authored over 100 research papers, as well as articles for publications such as the Financial Times, Wall Street Journal, Forbes, Wired, and the Harvard Business Review. He has appeared on CNBC, Bloomberg TV, and National Public Radio. He was recently named as one of the top 12 people to know in hedge funds and top 20 data scientists in Finance and Banking by efinancialcareers.com. 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

The show asks how will the AI revolution change the world? Part one features Jeremy Kahn, Bloomberg Tech Reporter, Mike McDonough Global Chief Economist at Bloomberg Intellligence and Gideon Mann, Head of Data Science at Bloombeg, Part Two features Martin Ford, Author of Rise of the Robots. Part Three features how AI could soon be changing healthcare.

Forward Thinking: March of the Machines – Episode 1
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The future is uncertain and full of challenges. How do we rescue our cities and tackle inequalities? How do we deal with an aging future and bridging the gender gap? It’s time for some forward thinking.

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From the 2014 Solid Conference: In the old days software seemed pretty deterministic. If you ran your program 10 times it got the same answer all ten times. Once software was connected to the internet however, the results became less deterministic. Apart from network delays and connectivity issues we are never surprised when search results for the same query change from day to day, or respond in different ways depending on what email we’ve recently received. And our smart phones change the things they can do as their software is upgraded. We’ve gotten used to that and expect it. But mostly we still expect our machines that do physical work to act the same way, day to day. We expect our car to perform pretty much the same today as it did last week, and our coffee grinder to grind just as before. But as our machines become more intelligent and as their software is continuously updated they are going to surprise us more and more as they change their behavior with macro scale impacts in the physical world. And some customers for machines don’t like that. We’re all going to take a while to get used to a new class of physically interacting machines, that continually surprise us, in our daily lives.

About Rodney Brooks (Rethink Robotics):
Rodney Brooks is the Panasonic Professor of Robotics (emeritus) at MIT.

He is a robotics entrepreneur and Founder, Chairman and CTO of Rethink Robotics (formerly Heartland Robotics). He is also a Founder, former board member (1990 — 2011) and former CTO (1990 — 2008) of iRobot Corp. (Nasdaq: IRBT). Dr. Brooks is the former Director (1997 — 2007) of the MIT Artificial Intelligence Laboratory and then the MIT Computer Science & Artificial Intelligence Laboratory (CSAIL). He received degrees in pure mathematics from the Flinders University of South Australia and a Ph.D. in Computer Science from Stanford University in 1981. He held research positions at Carnegie Mellon University and MIT, and a faculty position at Stanford before joining the faculty of MIT in 1984. He has published many papers in computer vision, artificial intelligence, robotics, and artificial life.

Dr. Brooks served for many years as a member of the International Scientific Advisory Group (ISAG) of National Information and Communication Technology Australia (NICTA), and on the Global Innovation and Technology Advisory Council of John Deere & Co. He is currently an Xconomist at Xconomy and a regular contributor to the Edge.

Dr. Brooks is a member of the National Academy of Engineering (NAE), a Founding Fellow of the Association for the Advancement of Artificial Intelligence (AAAI), a Fellow of the American Academy of Arts & Sciences (AAAS), a Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (the other AAAS), a Fellow of the Association for Computing Machinery (ACM), a Fellow of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), a Corresponding Member of the Australian Academy of Science (AAS), and a Foreign Fellow of the Australian Academy of Technological Sciences and Engineering (ATSE). He won the Computers and Thought Award at the 1991 IJCAI (International Joint Conference on Artificial Intelligence). He has been the Cray lecturer at the University of Minnesota, the Mellon lecturer at Dartmouth College, and the Forsythe lecturer at Stanford University. He was co-founding editor of the International Journal of Computer Vision and is a member of the editorial boards of various journals including Adaptive Behavior, Artificial Life, Applied Artificial Intelligence, Autonomous Robots, and New Generation Computing. He starred as himself in the 1997 Errol Morris movie “Fast, Cheap and Out of Control” (named for one of his scientific papers), a Sony Classics picture, available on DVD.

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22 May 2019, Tampere University, Hervanta Campus
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Professorit Asko Ellman ja Kari Koskinen tutkivat ja kehittävät Tampereen yliopiston tekniikan ja luonnontieteiden tiedekunnassa suunnittelumenetelmiä ja elinkaaren hallintamenetelmiä. Suunnittelutyökalut, kuten XR, SXR, Digital Twin, AI ja ML tuovat uusia mahdollisuuksia koneiden, tuotannon ja rakennetun ympäristön elinkaaren hallintaan. Näissä on nähtävissä isoja mahdollisuuksia suunnittelun tuottavuuden kasvattamiseen.

Professor Emeritus Peter Bock, of George Washington University gives his take on the future of artificial intelligence in this abridged short version of his October 2011 TED Talk at TEDx GWU.

Arts are thought to be one of the last strongholds of human creativity that no machine can ever successfully imitate or supersede. However, in 2020, music and images created by artificial intelligence are no longer a prophecy – they are already developing, fully commercialized and available to the public. With the flourishing of artistic technology comes concerns from its audience: Are human artists going to be replaced by robots? What’s the future of creative arts like? How should we assign authorship to AI-generated art and music? Join us on December 3rd, 8-9PM EST in a discussion on how AI is coded to learn composing music and creating artistic designs, the ethics of its current practice, and how it will impact the creative arts landscape in the future.

Speakers:
Prof. Ahmed Elgammal – Director, Art and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory, Rutgers University
Drew Silverstein – CEO & Co-Founder, Amper Music
Dr. Seth Cluett – Artist-in-Residence, Nokia Bell Labs; Assistant Director, Columbia University Computer Music Center

CSR Student Organizers:
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Boyuan Chen CC’23 (Moderator)
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Deposit cash into an NCR SelfServ ATM without the need for an envelope. When it comes to atm machines, accepting checks and cash, or paying bills, fines and fees can be difficult. But not any more. With NCR’s Intelligent Deposit atm machines, you can offer your customers and non-customers advanced, deposit-based transactions like foreign exchange, loan repayment, check cashing and processing and bill payment.

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Factory machines that even the devil doesn’t think of. Intelligent production process.

As in his book, Human + Machine: Reimagining Work in the Age of AI, James shows that the true value of AI can only be unlocked when humans and machines work in complementary ways. He presents on how human + machine collaborative partnerships are regularly and pervasively outperforming human-only and machine-only teams and will provide insights into how companies focus their AI activities, attention, and investments to capture this human + machine premium.

The path to skill around the globe has been the same for thousands of years: train under an expert and take on small, easy tasks before progressing to riskier, harder ones. But right now, we’re handling AI in a way that blocks that path — and sacrificing learning in our quest for productivity, says organizational ethnographer Matt Beane. What can be done? Beane shares a vision that flips the current story into one of distributed, machine-enhanced mentorship that takes full advantage of AI’s amazing capabilities while enhancing our skills at the same time.

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Instant coffee, processed cheese, square sandwich ham – behind every supermarket product is a process and behind every process is a scientific breakthrough. In this entertaining and thought-provoking programme, farmer and TV personality Jimmy Doherty unpacks the science behind the food items we buy every day – from stay-fresh bread to soft scoop ice cream. Working from a makeshift science lab inside a barn, Jimmy carries out experiments to uncover the secrets of food technology. Exploding myths and revealing the little-known processes of food production, Jimmy’s Food Factory will change the way you think about food.

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Modern devices are now specifically designed to interact with us in ways that mimic a real human being. Applications such as “siri” and “google-cast” are providing the user with a human-like interaction experience. These companies are Creating Artificially intelligent machines. Machines exhibiting cognitive behaviour, with human-like intelligence.

In this Documentary we explore the race to perfect AI machinery – researchers believe that very soon a “singularity” will be created. A machine that rises beyond human control. Something uncontrollable and irreversible, resulting in catastrophic changes to human civilization.

Could it be possible that humanity will soon arrive at a moment in history when artificial intelligence outsmarts human beings? Are Hollywood movies like “the Terminator”, “i-Robot” and “space odyssey 2001” an unintentional warning that this senario could happen within our not so distant future?…

In a new film, leading Cambridge University researchers discuss the far-reaching advances offered by artificial intelligence – and consider the consequences of developing systems that think far beyond human abilities.

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Joscha Bach talks to Jim about better understanding ourselves via AI, narrow vs general AI incentives, AGI & human-level intelligence, philosophy of AI, limitations of the human brain, GPT-2 & 3, understanding language, layers of meaning, brains columns & mini columns, human vs animal intelligence, matter vs information, physics, realism, spirt as OS, layers of interacting emergence, evolution & memetics, dualism, causally closed minds, rational magic, idealism, human cooperation & delayed maturity, symbolic cognition, compounding impacts of learning capacity, cognitive modularity in AI, cybernetics, Dietrich Dörner‘s impact on Joscha’s work, and much more.

The fourth industrial revolution is upon us: machines infused with intelligence. This transformation will transform how manufacturing works today, making it 30% faster and 25% cheaper because a machine will know when it makes a mistake and will correct itself. He estimates that the next generation of industrialization could save the food industry alone $50 billion dollars a year. Markus Lorenz explores the many ways this manufacturing revolution will impact the economy, and what kinds of other jobs this new chapter will create.

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Craig & company explore the consequences of machine intelligence and its implications for the future of humanity. Will machines take over the world? What’s the singularity? When will the singularity happen? Could the plot of the Terminator movies come true?

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The show asks how will the AI revolution change the world? Part one features Jeremy Kahn, Bloomberg Tech Reporter, Mike McDonough Global Chief Economist at Bloomberg Intellligence and Gideon Mann, Head of Data Science at Bloombeg, Part Two features Martin Ford, Author of Rise of the Robots. Part Three features how AI could soon be changing healthcare.

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The future is uncertain and full of challenges. How do we rescue our cities and tackle inequalities? How do we deal with an aging future and bridging the gender gap? It’s time for some forward thinking.

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For nearly half a century, artificial intelligence always seemed as if it just beyond reach, rarely more, and rarely less, than two decades away. Between Watson, Deep Blue, and Siri, there can be little doubt that progress in AI has been immense, yet “strong AI” in some ways still seems elusive. In this talk, I will give a cognitive scientist’s perspective on AI. What have we learned, and what are we still struggling with? Is there anything that programmers of AI can still learn from studying the science of human cognition?

Machines are already very good at recognising human emotions when they have a static, frontal view of a person’s face. Maja Pantic, Professor of Affective and Behavioral Computing at Imperial College London, shares progress towards identifying people’s emotions “in the wild” and discusses possible applications, from marketing to medicine.

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