Join us as Seattle University hosts top thought leaders offering rival perspectives on the question: "Will Intelligent Machines Prepare the Next Workforce?"
Ethics and Technology convene productive discussions about the human impact of transformative technologies such as artificial intelligence, the Internet of Things, and cloud computing, and produce educational resources that contribute to the creation of a more just and humane world, a world in which everyone benefits from the opportunities these new technologies make possible.
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“We can’t afford to NOT discuss #AI ethics.”
A free course at Seattle University addresses the “meaning of ethics in AI.”
AI is here to stay, but are we sacrificing safety and privacy? A free public Seattle U course will explore that.
Artificial intelligence raises ethical questions whose answers will determine if humanity reaps the benefits of AI equitably.
Nathan Colaner, Director of ET, provides his perspective on retired UW computer science professor Twitter spat over AI and ethics.