Tag: AI

  • How(not)to do responsible AI

    How(not)to do responsible AI

    It is a good principle to be responsible. Everyone working with AI technology wants to be responsible, not least the big tech companies like Google, Microsoft and AWS. Unfortunately, such an assertion is not necessarily as straightforward as it might seem. “Principles are helpful to provide guidance to an organization, especially in situations where there…

  • How the Bitcoin may solve the value alignment problem in AI 

    How the Bitcoin may solve the value alignment problem in AI 

    World leaders and technology experts are worried about the possibility of a malicious AI takeover, where an artificial general intelligence (AGI) escapes and starts exterminating humans. The ongoing debate has fueled the fear that the development of AI could eventually lead to its takeover of the world. Elon Musk, a prominent voice in the debate,…

  • What it would take for AI to take our jobs?

    What it would take for AI to take our jobs?

    AI-powered tools like ChatGPT and Midjourney’s image generator have incredible abilities, leading to mainstream fears of AI taking over the world. Talk on online media and social media alike is not about whether AI will replace humans but when they will do so and whether this will be good or bad or even leave any…

  • AI is Easy – Life is Hard

    Artificial Intelligence is easy. Life is hard. This simple insight should collectively caution our expectations. When we look at Artificial Intelligence and the amazing results it has already produced, it is clear that it has not been easy. The most iconic victories are as follows. Deep Blue beats Kasparov Watson beats champions Brad Rutter and Ken…

  • AI and the City

    Artificial Intelligence is currently being touted as solution to most problems. Most if not all energy is put into conjuring up new and even more exotic machine learning models and ways of optimizing these. However, the primary boundary for AI is currently not technical as it used to be. It is ecological. Here I am…

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