Podcasts

Podcasts  |    |  March 28, 2021

The problem with “moral machines”

Podcast episode with Robert Sparrow, Professor of Philosophy, Monash University. 28 minutes. There’s a lot of talk these days about building ethics into artificial intelligence systems, so that (for example) . . .

Podcasts  |  ,   |  August 1, 2020

Bias, Algorithms and Criminal Justice

Podcast episode with Chelsea Barabas. Lots of algorithmic tools are now used to support decision-making in the criminal justice system. Many of them are criticised for being biased. What should . . .

Podcasts  |  ,   |  June 15, 2020

Black Boxes Are Not Required

Podcast episode with Cynthia Rudin, Professor of Computer Science and director of the Prediction Analysis Lab, whose main focus is in interpretable machine learning, at Duke University. Deep neural networks . . .

Podcasts  |    |  June 4, 2020

Building Ethical Intelligence

Podcast produced by Ethical Intelligence Associates, a remote team of over thirty experts in the Tech Ethics field. The podcast is an educational series designed to keep you up-to-date on . . .

Podcasts  |    |  February 18, 2020

The Paradox of Algorithmic Transparency

Podcast produced by University of Toronto – Let’s Get Ethical, a C4E Podcast. Runtime 47 minutes. Interview with Ida Koivisto, a law professor at the University of Helsinki, discussing her . . .

Podcasts  |    |  February 1, 2019

Should This Exist?

Podcast series produced by Caterina Fake. A podcast that asks big questions about tech and humanity. It’s the question of our times: How is technology impacting our humanity? On Should . . .