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Google’s AI Manifesto: Accountability, Privacy, and No Killer Robots

Google's AI Manifesto: Accountability, Privacy, and No Killer Robots - ExtremeTech

Google’s AI Manifesto: Accountability, Privacy, and No Killer Robots – ExtremeTechhttps://www.extremetech.com/extreme/270922-googles-ai-manifesto-accountability-privacy-and-no-killer-robots?utm_source=email&utm_campaign=whatsnewnow&utm_medium=titleGoogle lists seven core values for its AI research and lists several applications that are off-limits. Google’s general objectives for AI include being socially beneficial, avoiding creating or reinforcing unfair bias, being built and tested for safety, being accountable to people, incorporating privacy design principles, upholding high standards of scientific excellence, and being made available for uses that accord with these principles. It’s up to consumers (and Google employees) to make sure the company adheres to these promises.

How Frightened Should We Be of A.I.?

How Frightened Should We Be of A.I.? | The New Yorker

How Frightened Should We Be of A.I.? | The New Yorkerhttps://www.newyorker.com/magazine/2018/05/14/how-frightened-should-we-be-of-ai?mbid=nl_Daily%20050818&CNDID=50268964&spMailingID=13466841&spUserID=MjA0NTE2Mjc4MjE5S0&spJobID=1400714066&spReportId=MTQwMDcxNDA2NgS2Thinking about artificial intelligence can help clarify what makes us human—for better and for worse.

How Kubrick’s ‘2001: A Space Odyssey’ Saw Into the Future

How Kubrick’s ‘2001: A Space Odyssey’ Saw Into the Future - WSJ

How Kubrick’s ‘2001: A Space Odyssey’ Saw Into the Future – WSJhttps://www.wsj.com/articles/how-kubricks-2001-a-space-odyssey-saw-into-the-future-1520609361?mod=trending_now_4Now 50 years old, the famously opaque science-fiction classic anticipated flat-screen technology and artificial intelligence. Fifty years ago next month, invitation-only audiences gathered in specially equipped Cinerama theaters in Washington, New York and Los Angeles to preview a widescreen epic that director Stanley Kubrick had been working on for four years.

Photolemur 2.2 Spectre

Photolemur 2.2 Spectre - Product Hunt

Photolemur 2.2 Spectre – Product Hunthttps://www.producthunt.com/posts/photolemur-2-2-spectrePhotolemur 2.2 Spectre – The world’s first automated photo enhancement solution for Mac and Windows. It runs on artificial intelligence, uses image recognition, and a little bit of real-world magic. With the new Opacity Slider, the power of control is in your hands. You are to decide what level of enhancement the photo should have.

The Next User You Design For Won’t Be A Human

The Next User You Design For Won’t Be A Human

The Next User You Design For Won’t Be A Humanhttps://www.fastcodesign.com/90146967/the-next-user-you-design-for-wont-be-a-humanThe era of human-centered design is coming to an end. That’s because the next user you design for won’t be human at all. It will be a human-machine hybrid built to do more than any person or computer could accomplish alone. Welcome to the age of Centaur Design. The centaur refers to the Greek myth of a half horse and half man. More recently, it has been used to describe human and artificial intelligence working together toward a common goal.

Meet Your New Data-Driven Travel Agent

Meet Your New Data-Driven Travel Agent - The New York Times

Meet Your New Data-Driven Travel Agent – The New York Timeshttps://www.nytimes.com/2017/07/10/travel/meet-your-next-travel-agent-diy-artificial-intelligence.html?utm_source=pocket&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=pockethits&_r=1DIY travel booking gets a helping hand from new services — some of them based on artificial intelligence — that help refine your choice of destinations, hotels and flights.

How AI will impact your work as a designer

How AI will impact your work as a designer – uxdesign.cc

How AI will impact your work as a designer – uxdesign.cchttps://uxdesign.cc/how-ai-will-impact-your-routine-as-a-designer-2773a4b1728c?ref=donvy.comThere is a lot of conversation happening around Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, and using algorithms to shape the future of Design and the role of the designer. But how is that going to change the way you work in the near future?