Welcome to the Technology area! If you are interested in the technology side of moral robots, you may be interested in exploring (in approximately this order): Our AI Technologies FAQ […]
Symbolic and subsymbolic processing In our series on AI technologies and their importance for society, we are now looking at an example of what is called the symbolic approach to […]
From Futurism.com: Our artificial intelligence systems are advancing at a remarkable rate, and though it will be some time before we have human-like synthetic intelligence, it makes sense to begin […]
Eric Jang: Summary of NIPS (30th annual Neural Information Processing Systems conference) 2016: http://blog.evjang.com/2017/01/nips2016.html
From Singularity Hub: How to Train AI to Do Everything in the Digital Universe. A very easily readable, non-technical overview of how AI programs are trained on games. Introduces the […]
The New York Times: How self-driving cars work. An easy-to-understand, non-technical overview of recent developments.
The Guardian summarises the state of research in bionic prosthetics: https://www.theguardian.com/world/2016/dec/25/bionic-legs-and-smart-slacks-exoskeletons-that-could-enhance-us-all Technological human enhancement also creates moral issues, and we discuss some of them here: Case study: The ethics of […]