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The Path to Robust Machine Learning

This keynote from Richard Mallah (Future of Life Institute) addresses the need and the path forward for AI safety and robustness.
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Towards a Comprehensive Approach to Ensuring that AI and Robotics are Beneficial

In this keynote, ethicist Wendell Wallach provides an overview of the various considerations needed to ensure the beneficence of artificial intelligence.
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Artificial Intelligence: Who Does the Thinking?

This video gives a recap of the ideas covered at the day-long IEEE AI & Ethics Summit, 2016.
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Autonomous Systems: Managing Risk and Reward

The advent and increased sophistication of autonomous systems offers significant potential benefits in diverse application domains including manufacturing and transportation, healthcare and financial services, exploration, maintenance and repair. From the perspective of reducing the likelihood of negative as well as unintended consequences, what is the best way to manage risk and reward? Should those responsible for technological innovation in the domain of autonomous systems be given carte blanche, or what kinds of guiding principles, regulation or even pre-emptive bans should be considered? This panel discusses the social, technological, legal, and philosophical questions surrounding this ongoing international debate.
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Programming Human Ethics: Cui Bono?

There have been proposals to program ethical algorithms into machines such as cars or robots. These engineering efforts are important, because as cars or medical and care robots continue to proliferate in society, these machines will likely confront situations in which their actions will have ethical consequences. But are machines capable of making what humans consider ethical or moral decisions? Should they take these decisions? Or do humans always need to be in the loop?
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Social Implications: Perils & Promises of AI

AI techniques are already being applied to a variety of sectors, ranging from autonomous systems to automation of decision making activities, impacting on people’s lives in fields as diverse as education, finance, healthcare, transportation, and warfare. There are clearly social implications and ethical challenges arising from the use of AI in such rapidly evolving sectors. How do we ensure that critical decision making continues to incorporate a strong ethical dimension aligned with human values?
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Keynote Address and Opening Remarks – IEEE AI & Ethics Summit 2016

The Artificial Intelligence and Ethics Summit 2016 poses the question: "Who does the thinking?" In this video, IEEE European Public Policy Initiative Chair Marko Delimar gives brief welcoming remarks, followed by the opening keynote address by Wojciech Wiewiórowski, Assistant European Data Protection Supervisor.