March 26, 2019

Artificial Intelligence Colloquium: AI R&D Ethics

By Richard Danzig, Paul Scharre, Patrick Lin and Heather Roff

The responsible advancement and application of AI is a subject of much debate across research, government, defense, and commercial communities. Issues surrounding trust, privacy, security, and beyond are examined as the technology continues to advance and the number of applications expands. Paul Scharre joins Dr. Patrick Lin and Dr. Heather Roff for a panel discussion moderated by Dr. Richard Danzig to explore the ethical considerations surrounding artificial intelligence research and development as it exists today, and is expected to evolve over the next decade.

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