Four in ten hours currently devoted to unpaid housework and care of children and other family members could be automated within the decade, according to research from the University of Oxford and Ochanomizu University.
Director of the Institute for Ethics of AI at Oxford University, has been awarded an AI2050 Senior Fellowship by Schmidt Futures.
A lecture by Dr Demis Hassabis on how Artificial Intelligence is accelerating scientific discovery.
The Institute is delighted to be part of a new international research network with philosophers at the Australian National University, Harvard, Princeton, Stanford and Toronto.
Governments and social media platforms should not only rely on content removal for combatting harmful scientific misinformation online, according to a report today from the Royal Society, the UK’s national academy of science.
We are thrilled to welcome these outstanding scholars as research associates to the Institute, to help us continually question the ethical issues raised by the progressive developments in AI.
Eight globally leading figures in the fields of technology, philosophy, ethics and policy have been appointed as the first Advisory Council. (Image: The Chair, Michael Ignatieff joined by (left to right) John Tasioulas, Eva Kaili and Sir Nigel Shadbolt)
Dr Carissa Véliz of the Institute for Ethics in AI has received the Herbert A. Simon Award for Outstanding Research in Computing and Philosophy.
Ethics in AI marked with public event on AI and democracy and new appointment from Duke
A team of seven philosophers has been appointed as the first academic team for Oxford University’s Institute for Ethics in AI.