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source: CSER Cambridge      2016年2月3日

Kay Firth-Butterfield: Lucid AI’s Ethics Advisory Panel. 1:25:46
Lucid is an AI company with an Ethics Advisory Panel which is led by Kay Firth-Butterfield. She will talk about the Panel’s composition and mandate and why the company thinks it is important. Also, she will discuss how the Panel ties to the aims of the Future of Intelligence/CSER and a very brief overview of how Lucid’s AI differs from machine learning.
About the speaker: Kay Firth-Butterfield has worked as a Barrister, Mediator, Arbitrator, Professor and Judge in the United Kingdom. She is a humanitarian with a strong sense of social justice. She has advanced degrees in Law and International Relations which focused on ramifications of pervasive artificial intelligence. After moving to the US she taught at University level before becoming the Chief Officer of the Lucid Ethics Advisory Panel which she envisioned with the CEO. Additionally she teaches a course at the University of Texas Law School on Law and Policy regarding AI and other emerging technologies.
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Professor Margaret Boden - Human-level AI: Is it Looming or Illusory? 1:06:22
Existential Risk: Surviving the 21st Century - CSER Inaugural Lecture 1:27:33
Risks and Benefits of Gain-of-Function Experiments in Potentially Pandemic Pathogens 1:07:31
Minds Like Ours: An Approach to AI Risk 1:30:00
Professor Stuart Russell - The Long-Term Future of (Artificial) Intelligence 1:19:42
Dr Toby Ord - Will We Cause Our Own Extinction? Natural versus Anthropogenic Extinction Risks 1:31:37

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