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Artificial Intelligence Seeks An Ethical Conscience | WIRED Some AI researchers are concerned by the field's power, and its ability to cause harm.

The issue was crystallized in a keynote from Microsoft researcher Kate Crawford Tuesday. The conference, which drew nearly 8,000 researchers to Long Beach, California, is deeply technical, swirling in dense clouds of math and algorithms. Crawford’s good-humored talk featured nary an equation and took the form of an ethical wake-up call. She urged attendees to start considering, and finding ways to mitigate, accidental or intentional harms caused by their creations. “Amongst the very real excitement about what we can do there are also some really concerning problems arising,” Crawford said.

Source: Artificial Intelligence Seeks An Ethical Conscience | WIRED

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