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Ai and Faith: Reflections on 2018 and a Look Ahead to 2019

Ai and Faith: Reflections on 2018 and a Look Ahead to 2019

AI and Faith: Looking Back on 2018 Change is in the wind for Big Tech in 2019 after significant societal concerns in 2018 reversed the flow of disruption back on to the Disruptors.  While significant advances continued in data capture, predictive analytics, deep...

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AI Creeds and Confessions

AI Creeds and Confessions

As artificial intelligence grows and continues to become a part of human society, governments, organizations, companies and experts have been publishing lists of ethical principles — “AI Creeds,” if you will — in order to establish legal and moral guidelines for the development of AI as we move into the future.

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The Good News about Technology Ethics

The Good News about Technology Ethics

When I was a graduate student in philosophy in the 1970s, I had the ambition to go on the job market with two specializations, philosophy of physics and technology ethics. That proved to be a mistake when, for the first and last time, I gave a technology ethics job...

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“Identity” Rules On-Line Access (and Offline Too)

“Identity” Rules On-Line Access (and Offline Too)

Knock Knock ... Who’s there – and what can I let you in to do? In both the real and virtual world this question is no joke as it gets to the heart of the security and well being of a system. As more and more of our lives are lived online and automated systems are...

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Book Reviews: Social Media and the Destruction of Democracy

Book Reviews: Social Media and the Destruction of Democracy

American democracy has persisted for almost 250 years. This despite a couple of world wars, the Great Depression, multiple presidential assassinations and, of course, a civil war. Our democracy has been sufficiently robust to take these various disruptions, cataclysmic as they were, more or less in stride.

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