A series of short documentaries on the future and implications of AI and robotics made by Dr Beth Singler, produced and directed by DragonLight Films, and with funding from the Faraday Institute for Science and Religion, the Leverhulme Centre for the Future of Intelligence, the Economic and Social Research Council, and ARM, are available through the Cambridge University’s Youtube Channel.
Good in the Machine asks how can we make ‘good’ AI, what does it mean for a machine to be ethical, and how can we use AI ethically? Third in a quartet of short documentary films made with Cambridge University and international experts discussing topical issues within the field of artificial intelligence – Good in the Machine presents fascinating insights from academia and industry on AI ethics.
Researchers: Beth Singler
Filmmakers: Colin Ramsay and James Uren of Little Dragon Films
Date: July 23, 2018
Speakers: Dr Beth Singler
Category: Contemporary Challenges, Human Identity, Robotics, Technology