When It’s Best to Let A.I. Go Unused: Annette Zimmermann, Harvard University and University of York

Episode 7 November 17, 2021 00:48:44
When It’s Best to Let A.I. Go Unused: Annette Zimmermann, Harvard University and University of York
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When It’s Best to Let A.I. Go Unused: Annette Zimmermann, Harvard University and University of York

Nov 17 2021 | 00:48:44

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Show Notes

Annette Zimmermann makes the provocative argument that there are times it might be better to take cutting-edge artificial intelligence tools and leave them unused. Annette is a political philosopher working on the ethics of artificial intelligence and machine learning. She’s a technology and human rights fellow at the Carr Center for Human Rights Policy at Harvard University, and an assistant professor in philosophy at the University of York in the United Kingdom. Annette was previously a postdoc at Princeton’s Center for Information Technology Policy as well as at Princeton's University Center for Human Values. 

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