AI focused DiploTechy writer of fiction & non-fiction about the future of tech & humanity. Author of Broad Horizons http://amzn.to/1UxH4aE Opinions mine not USG
I would actually disagree here. If a system is functioning normally and there is no fault that a reasonable person could have foreseen (the standard for liability) then why compensation? People don’t deserve compensation just because something bad happened. They deserve compensation if something bad happened and it was a foreseeable harm that wasn’t mitigated. This is the basis for our liability system
David- spot on. I addressed this from a slightly different angle in my paper “Encoded Laws, Policies, and Virtues” where I argue that public policy needs a new AI sub-specialty, and that technologists should work hand in hand with policy professionals to ensure our values are represented in these systems. http://www.cornellpolicyreview.com/encoded-laws/
John- big fan of your writing. I thought you might be interested in my article, published by the Atlantic Council, describing how AI will enhance computational propaganda, and how we could be facing a tsunami of machine driven communications on the social web: www.atlanticcouncil.org/publications/reports/the-madcom-future
No it’s sloppy because I found it to be a bad movie mashed together with a decent one. If you want all the reasons just read some of the user reviews on Rotten Tomatoes. It’s all there. The Force Awakens and Rogue One were much better. Looking forward to JJ taking back the helm.
Well, I just saw the Last Jedi and while Rian Johnson used some elements of the ring structure, he really made a mess of the movie. I really enjoyed the Force Awakens and Rogue One, but the Last Jedi is a sloppy, half baked turkey. Unfortunate…