News article by Alexandra Jones. Published on ABC News, Australia. Excerpt: In a landmark decision, an Australian court has set a groundbreaking precedent, deciding artificial intelligence (AI) systems can be . . .
Conference paper by Ramya Srinivasan and Kanji Uchino. Presented at the Workshop on Reframing Diversity in AI: Representation, Inclusion and Power, co-located with 2021 AAAI Conference on Artificial Intelligence. Abstract: . . .
Conference paper by Tomoko Komatsu, Marisela Gutierrez Lopez, et al. Presented at the11th Nordic Conference on Human-Computer Interaction: Shaping Experiences, Shaping Society (NordiCHI 2020). Abstract: In the current climate of . . .
News blog by Beth Jensen. Published on the Stanford Institute for Human-Centered Artificial Intelligence website. Excerpt: The arts have a major role to play in the fairness of our technological . . .
Journal article by Tim W. Dornis. Published in Yale Journal of Law and Technology. 60 pages. Abstract: Artificial intelligence (AI) is on everyone’s lips and is in everyday use. Yet . . .
News article by Michael Mindzak. Published in University Affairs. Excerpt: As AI-facilitated algorithmic writing improves, it poses tricky questions about authorship and what constitutes an “original” paper or assignment. Recently . . .
News article by Brendan Dixon. Published in Mindmatters. Excerpt: Consider OpenAI’s GPT-2 text generation AI. OpenAI claims GPT-2 can create “coherent paragraphs of text” (though what we’ve seen stretches the meaning of “coherent”). It . . .
News article by Tom Kent. Published in Medium. Excerpt: It’s routine now for news organizations to use artificial intelligence to write news. Robots are regularly transforming data into stories, and . . .
Tool that maps and categorizes approximately 500 AI ethics and governance stakeholders and actors. Its goals are both practical and artistic: to help the global community interested in AI ethics . . .
By Nic Carey. Published in Scientific American. Excerpt: Robotic aides could relieve the burden of caring for a growing elderly and disabled population—if we can take advantage of technological advances . . .