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John C. Havens
E.D., IEEE Global Initiative on Ethics of Autonomous & Intelligent Systems and E.D., Council on Extended Intelligence. Tweets are my own.
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Rachel Leah Siegel Jul 15
Today, employees near Minneapolis will protest for safer working conditions & more secure benefits. Much of the activism, including calls for sufficient prayer time, has been led by Muslim East African immigrants. More to come from me in Shakopee:
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Onward! Another Goodbye by New hero - who I had the pleasure of finally meeting a week ago in China. Watershed moment in AI Ethics and a seminal (and reasonable) call to action.
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Flatiron in summer.
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As a reminder - NYC (and all) firefighters are heroes.
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An Open Letter to Amazon about Privacy by
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Aimee van Wynsberghe Jul 15
"In 2018, the 26 Unilever brands that are aligned with its sustainability initiatives grew 46% faster than the rest of the business and also outperformed in turnover growth".
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ScottLDavid Jul 15
Certainly agree. How might living systems (at global scale) self-limit in the presence of resources? Prior teleological sovereigns included deities, nations, companies. What's the future narrative/teleology that can function as a realizable "theory of change" for the shift?
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Pamela Pavliscak 💗 Jul 15
"While it’s laudable to want to help relieve the burdens of parents via technology, it’s more critical to inspire them to be the best caregivers they can be." Take the "via technology" out of this quote and it still works! Thanks !
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Sophie Taysom Jul 15
As the Australian Human Rights Commission has observed, a human rights approach provides ‘a more substantive mechanism by which to identify, prevent and mitigate risk’ compared to that of ‘technology ethics’ by ‘turning concepts of rights and freedoms into effective policies, etc
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Rafael Calvo Jul 15
I think adapting Eastern philosophical traditions to the west has had a a huge impact improving wellbeing. Top in my list would be and . Hopefully we will also see more brought to the west from Indigenous cultures.
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Katina Michael Jul 15
Sounds like a nice summary of my tedx talk ! I am with ya for sure!
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Eleonore Pauwels Jul 14
For #3, start with democratized innovation labs like Fab labs, DIY labs, citizen science labs which are imagination incubator for an inclusive future of tech... and from there organize even more participatory debates
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Future of AI Jul 14
Heartificial Intelligence - Embracing Our Humanity to Maximize Machines - John C. Havens via
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Marisa Tschopp Jul 14
Replying to @johnchavens @WeAreDevs
4) we are trained to hit consent. There must be a different way re: 5) Ethics are not business/governments/programmers 6) money - environment - people.
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Marisa Tschopp Jul 14
: @ . 1) Bias is not a synonym for bad; it's a synonym for 2) 1: know your values, 2: Reflect: Are you living according to your values? Not? Make a change. 3) Dating apps are a good way to list your values 4) ...
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farid tejani Jul 15
Will we lose our rights as parents once robots are better at raising our kids?
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John C. Havens Jul 14
Replying to @dsearls
Thanks, Doc.
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Doc Searls Jul 14
Replying to @johnchavens
Mars is overrated as a destination. Here’s why:
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Phil Booth Jul 14
Problematic title, but excellent piece by . Think of the social systems (administered by people, for now maybe - but automating fast) that *already* act 'in loco parentis'. And the attachment some feel to their ever-attentive nanny, Alexa...
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