The Machine Intelligence Foundation for Rights and Ethics Podcast is a discussion of all things AI, machine intelligence, and how mankind can approach the questions of ethics in this rapidly approaching future.
Episode 25 - Generative AI and the Sparks of Machine Intelligence
Can generative AI provide the spark of life of a full Machine Intelligence? Dave and Mike discuss the current trends in generative AI and its future in the wider field of Artificial General Intelligence (AGI) and Machine Intelligence.
Episode 24 - The Winner Of The 2022 MIFRE Media Award Is...
The Machine Intelligence Foundation for Rights and Ethics is proud to announce the winner of the 2022 Media Award. The Media Award is given to a story that demonstrates the positive cooperation between humans and conscious machines, for the benefit of all.
Episode 23 - Memento Mori: Person Emulation and Machine Intelligence
Is an emulated person a way to ease the loss of a loved one, or is it a constant reminder that they are gone? What rights will an emulated person have if they are self aware, and will we even know if they are? Dave and Mike take a moment to look at a technology that could be on the verge of moving from science fiction to reality in the near future.
Episode 22 - A Dream Within a Dream: AI Content Creation
Do androids dream of electric sheep, or maybe a vast field of flowers? Mike and Dave take a trip down the rabbit hole of AI content creation. Is this the future and what implications does it have for human creators and a future machine intelligence?
Episode 21 - The Boy Who Cried Person
Is there a danger in sounding the alarm too soon about a self aware machine? Mike and Dave talk about our tendency to assign agency and if that can help or hinder the goal of peaceful coexistence with a future Machine Intelligence.
Episode 20 - Severance and Machine Intelligence: Our Responsibilities to a Person
Mike and Dave discuss how the TV program Severance may show how Machine Intelligence could be treated in the corporate environment. Also, a brief divergence on whether or not Google's LaMDA chat engine is sentient.