From HP: Moral Code – the Ethics of AI
The implications and promises of artificial intelligence (AI) are unimaginable. How do we enforce human checks and balances on these machines? How do we educate a workforce whose jobs are evolving with AI? How do we make sure AI is accessible to all socioeconomic classes? The responsibility to raise these questions does not rest solely on the shoulders of journalists and leading technology companies. Rather, it’s the responsibility of all engaged citizens. About 450,000 views.
From The Doctor’s Company: Artificial Intelligence in Healthcare – Benefits and Risk
A third of U.S. physicians are already using artificial intelligence (AI) in their practices, and many believe there is ample reason to think this advanced technology can help address diagnostic errors—the largest cause of malpractice claims. However, there are still unresolved questions about the risks. About 4,000 views.
From CNBC: The Fight Over Police Use of Facial Recognition Technology
At least half of Americans are reportedly in a facial recognition database, potentially accessible by the local police department as well as federal government. It’s not something you likely opted into, but as of now, there’s no way to be sure exactly who has access to your likeness. Some say this tech helps catch dangerous criminals and makes communities safer. Activists and researchers across the political spectrum nonetheless have serious concerns about privacy, algorithmic bias, and a lack of regulation. Over 125,000 views.
From Forbes: Facial Recognition Software – Masks, Ethics and the Future
Masks are affecting facial recognition software’s ability to read the human face and perform accurately during the pandemic. What are the other issues facing the technology and how is America responding to the sudden disruption? About 5,000 views.
From Risk Bites: What Are the Risks and Ethics of Facial Recognition Tech?
How do we ensure that facial recognition technology is developed responsibly and ethically? This video dives into the rather serious risks and ethical problems presented by face recognition.
Daily Rant Australia: Animated Mona Lisa Using Artificial Intelligence
Samsung’s AI research laboratory can produce a completely fabricated video of that person going through the motions of talking and moving their head from a painting or a single picture. It can even change the viewing angle of the subject and create fairly realistic impersonations of people picking up on their physical traits and idiosyncrasies. More than 6,000 views.
From Crime Hacker: Deepfake CEO Scam Company Loses $243,000
The CEO of an energy company from the UK received a call from his boss, the CEO of the parent company in Germany. The German boss told the British CEO to make an emergency transfer of $243,000 to a Hungarian bank account immediately. The CEO thought the voice of his boss sounded legitimate –right down to the German accent—so he complied and transferred the money. Big mistake!