Computers increasingly make decisions, we historically would. However, is this desirable when an ethical consideration is required? A Delft scientist comes with an answer: the moral algorithm.
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Perhaps, the benefits do outweigh the risks.
Although facial recognition has exciting applications, it does have a very apparent downside. For example, a ‘minority report’ style of policing. Or tracking governments or corporations. These are not outcomes people would like […]
At SingularityU, we speak a lot about the power and the future of Artificial Intelligence, algorithms, and Machine-learning. A part of our faculty works on and with Artificial Intelligence. But there is a more human aspect to technology we need […]
Blood vessels are the lifeline of any organ. The dense web of channels, spread across tissues like a spider web, allow oxygen and nutrients to reach the deepest cores of our hearts, brains, and lungs. Without a viable blood supply, […]
Governments around the world are pouring money into AI research and developing detailed AI strategies, but the US has been slow to follow suit. That’s leading some to question whether policy makers are doing enough to maintain the country’s lead […]
The social network wants to enable easy, inexpensive global commerce, sure. But its ultimate goals are a little more … geopolitical. Read the article at Wired
You might have heard of CAR-T: a cellular immunotherapy extracts a patient’s own immune cells, amps up their tumor-hunting prowess using gene therapy, and infuses the super-soldiers back into the patient to pursue and rip their targets to shreds—literally. In […]