News, explanation and Interviews with academics, authors, business leaders, creatives and engineers on the subject of autonomous algorithms, artificial intelligence, machine learning, technology ethics and more.
Robot Rights with David Gunkel
This episode we're chatting with David Gunkel on AI ideologies, why write the Robots Rights book, what are rights and categories of rights, computer ethics and hitch bot, anthropomorphising as a human feature, supporting environmental rights through this endeavour of robot rights, relational ethics, and acknowledging the western ethical view point.
Belief Systems and AI with Dylan Doyle-Burke
This month we're chatting with Dylan Doyle-Burke of the Radical AI podcast about starting the podcast, new religions and how systems of belief relate to AI, faith and digital participation, digital death and memorial, what does it mean to be human, and much more...
Responsible AI with Maria Axente
This month we're chatting with Maria Luciana Axente about responsible AI, defining AI ethic terms and collaboration, where does the interest in AI ethics come from within organisations, how is it ethics for AI is related to good business outcomes, the connection of ethics and risk and much more...
Moral Machines with Rebecca Raper
This month we go back to our roots with an episode about Machine Ethics with Rebecca Raper. We chat about Moral machines and why make them, morals as constraints, moral capacity and approaches to machine ethics, machine moral ontologies, legislation vs innovation and more...
Reskilling with David Yakobovitch
This month we're zooming with David Yakobovitch, chatting about data science education, where is the industry going, the importance of data protection and ethics, transhumanism and discrimination, reimagining the world after covid and much more.
Probability & moral responsibility with Olivia Gambelin
This month we're speaking to Olivia Gambelin about: what should and shouldnt be automated, the importance of human connection, call for ethics, what are ethics, where is value created in data, probability intuition of automated cars and the the moral gap, and more.
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He's asking questions in this sector that many aren't. Expect to see more from Ben Byford in the future!
I really like the podcast as the conversation around ethics in machine learning is still quite absent. Therefore it is great to see that there are a group of people taking an interest and creating a platform for discussion. I also really like the diversity of people and industries!
Interesting entry to the world of ethics and machines
Found the content super interesting and easy to follow