A roadmap for artificial intelligence – have your say at D61+ Live
The ‘Artificial Intelligence Roadmap and Ethics Framework’ is a project being led by Data61’s Strategic Insight team, in partnership with […]
Fiction, reality and robot commonsense – A Q&A with Professor Ronald Arkin on his D61+ Live talk
"Robots are here and they will have a greater and greater impact on society. We need to discuss the manifold ethical questions they pose to society. Technological advances are outpacing our ability to regulate and legislate. Everyone is a stakeholder in this discussion so my hope is that more people will get engaged. It’s our future we’re talking about"
D61+ Live – We chat with D61+ Live staff and guests about the event
A series of quick one-on-ones about D61+ Live, coming up next week - chatting about big ideas and big opportunities at D61+ Live. Grab your free tickets now!
D61+ Live – Machine learning expert Lachlan McCalman, on the near future of AI
"People are rightfully looking to how to correct errors in automation. It's a going to be a difficult challenge, but it's one we have to tackle"
D61+ Live: A chat with Hilary Cinis, ethics expert and keynote speaker
"There’s lots of questions about how to proceed with ethical AI. I believe very strongly that there are a lot of answers to it"
Ethics by numbers: how to build machine learning that cares
Machine learning algorithms work blindly towards the mathematical objective set by their designers. It is vital that this task include the need to behave ethically.
Life, but not as we know it
How will human life change as artificial intelligence begins to pervade every aspect of work, travel and recreation?
A sustainable future for artificial intelligence
Can the future of artificial intelligence - AI - grow sustainably whilst being a net benefit to society?
CEO opinion – Adrian Turner on why Australia’s missing the chance to lead on AI
The key to achieving long-term structural change from AI lies in the power of these emerging systems to learn and modify themselves without human intervention