As businesses rush to adopt artificial intelligence (AI) for products and services—from driverless cars to algorithms that can spot cancer—technologists, philosophers and governments are starting to tap the brakes.
How can we be sure that AI will be trustworthy?
Computer scientists at the the likes of Google and Facebook are aiming to make AI more “general” in the years ahead, and that’s got some big thinkers deeply concerned.
This year’s CogX festival theme frames the question: ‘How do we get the next 10 years right?’ On Monday 8 June from 10am to 6.45pm BST, join us and 26 thought-leaders from policy, academia and industry to tackle the knotty, real-life trade-offs of benefits and harms emerging technologies bring to...
Companies increasingly use digital systems to hire, fire, and monitor their employees.
But who is keeping employers in check?