If enhancing humans proves successful, each of us will have to be enhanced. Otherwise, we will face widening social disparities, says professor Stuart Russell.
We want to draw attention to how inhumane the world of algorithms is, to talk about malpractices of digital corporations and to expose the truth about the technology everybody admires, says Wiesław Bartkowski, head of Creative Coding at SWPS University of Social Sciences and Humanities, in conversation with Monika Redzisz.
In a world of superhumans with computer implants and all knowledge at their fingertips, what it means to be human will change. The nature of human rights will have to evolve too – claims Roch Głowacki, a lawyer who advises on AI and new technologies, in an interview with Anna Zagórna.
THE END OF PRIVACY!? A VOTE FOR “YES.” I was threatened with death, and all I did was taking the algorithms used in all of our cell phones and warned: you need to think about this, because they can harm you! – says Michał Kosiński, Ph.D., from University of Stanford in a conversation with Monika Redzisz.
THE END OF PRIVACY!? A VOTE FOR “NO.” I do not believe in catastrophic theories that assert we will have to become dependent on technology and we will not be able to control it – says Mirosław Sopek from the MakoLab company.
If making profit remains the only goal of technology development, nothing will change, says Katarzyna Szymielewicz, Ponaptykon Foundation, in conversation with Maciej Chojnowski.