AI & Ethics with Bernhardt Trout – Intel on AI – Season 2, Episode 5

October 14th, 2020 |
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In this Intel on AI podcast: guest Bernhardt Trout, professor of chemical engineering and director of the Society, Engineering, and Ethics (SEE) at MIT, joins podcast host Abigail Hing Wen to talk about the ethical implications of AI.

Bernhardt and Abigail discuss the classic thought experiment “the trolley problem” and autonomous vehicles, cultural differences in technology, the Turing test, what constitutes true artificial intelligence, and why it’s important to think about happiness when discussing the future implications of machines in society.

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