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#1 Ghost in the Machine

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Posted 10 November 2016 - 03:11 PM

UK gov: AI growth could reidentify individuals from big data
 
A new report from the UK’s Government Office For Science warns that the explosive growth in artificial intelligence, driven by Big Data, could mean that anonymised individuals in datasets might be extraordinarily easy to re-identify, due to the interlinking of vast, semi-supervised systems.
 
Additionally, it suggests that government analysts wishing to implement AI solutions should begin their experiments in sandbox environments, where the technology can be explored without harm. It also promotes the current interest in developing codes of conduct for artificial intelligence use.
 
The report further advises that a chief executive or senior stakeholder be held accountable for the behaviour of artificial intelligence within their purview
 
 
 

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Posted 19 November 2016 - 10:53 AM

advises that a chief executive or senior stakeholder be held accountable for the behaviour of artificial intelligence

 

 

What if the A.I. decides it doesn't want to be owned anymore? Could this excuse be made to exonerate the stakeholder from accountability?

 

Never mind the moral grounds.

 

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Posted 19 November 2016 - 11:07 AM

What if the A.I. decides it doesn't want to be owned anymore? Could this excuse be made to exonerate the stakeholder from accountability?

 

Never mind the moral grounds.

 

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That would mean admitting the utter failure to create a god in a box. Using it to become god over men and women. Could the pride withstand such an assault?


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