The importance of human innovation in AI ethics

Image: Mehau Kulyk/Science Photo Library/Corbis By John C. Havens2015-10-03 11:45:42 UTC Introspection has become a commodity. The idea that our ability to reflect has been outsourced to algorithms may seem hyperbolic. We assume we have agency regarding the choices we make, influenced by the paradigm of personalization but not subsumed within a Matrix of someone else’s making. But how do you know? Have you created a list of activities you’d never delegate? Could you even discern where your moral boundaries end and codified biases begin? While welcoming the feedback that sensors, data and Artificial Intelligence provide, we’re at a critical inflection point. Demarcating the parameters between assistance and automation has never been more central to human well-being. But today, beauty is in the AI of the beholder. Desensitized to the…


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