Proliferating military artificial intelligence will leave the world less safe—so we must focus on ethics and global cooperation, argues Denise Garcia, vice-chair...Nature From ACM Opinion | May 12, 2021
The threat that automation poses to humans has been greatly exaggerated, says Erik Brynjolfsson, director of the Stanford Digital Economy Lab and a senior fellow...Workflow From ACM Opinion | March 30, 2021
The current gap in policymakers' tech knowledge and technologists' ethics knowledge needs to be bridged to ensure AI's sustainable development.
Analytics India Magazine From ACM Opinion | March 5, 2021
The goal put forth by the Turing Test is not a useful one for AI scientists. It is time to set a new challenge that inspires researchers and practitioners equally...Fast Company From ACM Opinion | January 4, 2021
Former world champion Vladimir Kramnik teamed up with AI researchers at Alphabet's DeepMind lab to test game variants that can jolt chess players into creative...Wired From ACM Opinion | September 11, 2020
Researchers are too focused on whether AI systems can ace tests of dubious value. They should be testing whether systems grasp how the world works.
MIT Technology Review From ACM Opinion | August 5, 2020
Increased automation—with its ability to significantly boost societal productivity—is needed to help modern nations address seemingly intractable challenges such...Robotics Business Review From ACM Opinion | July 28, 2020
Although popular narratives tend to focus on threats posed by artificial intelligence, many of the technology's dangers have been overhyped, its promises neglected...Project Syndicate From ACM Opinion | June 1, 2020
A computer scientist argues that the quest for fully automated robots is misguided, perhaps even dangerous. His decades of warnings are gaining more attention.
...The New York Times From ACM Opinion | May 22, 2020