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UNESCO: `Do you know AI or AI knows you better? Thinking Ethics of AI'

(Diary of an Old AI Researcher who is still Programming)

7 June 2019

UNESCO has recently published a video titled `Do you know AI or AI knows you better? Thinking Ethics of AI'.
The URL of the video is https://youtu.be/TIihPx4z0Nw.

I appear in the video, and my opinion that AI should not change the world uniformly but can reinforce the local cultures is shown.

The ethical questions of AI talked in the video are becoming more and more important.
We have no definite answers to the questions. We should continue to discuss.
And at the same time, we, the engineers, should develop technologies to answer the questions.
Our system shown in AI support for Ethical AI Design is just an example of such technologies.

P.S. 18/Sep/2019
UNESCO has also published a version with multilingual subtitles. (You can choose the language of the subtitle by clicking the gear (setting) icon at the bottom right of the screen.)

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