Best on the Internet: Teens In AI
The Teens In AI initiative, launched at the AI for Good Global Summit at the UN, exists to inspire the next generation of ethical AI researchers, entrepreneurs and leaders who will shape the world of tomorrow. It aims to give teens early exposure to AI being developed and deployed for social good.
From ABC: FaceApp Craze on Social Media Raises Concerns About AI and Privacy
A viral app that can gender swap or age your likeness sparked concerns about online privacy. This video also discusses the impact of deepfakes. Over 20,000 views.
From the International Telecommunications Union: AI for Good – Privacy
Personal data are the digital footprints that we leave as we go into the digital world. As AI becomes increasingly prevalent and if every devices is listening to your every command, it raises questions about privacy, protection and security.
From Google: Whale Songs and AI, For Everyone to Explore
More than 80% of the ocean is unmapped, unobserved, and unexplored. Everything that lives in the ocean produces some kind of sound. Google’s AI is helping us explore thousands of hours of NOAA’s underwater ocean recordings and uses AI to make it easy to explore and make discoveries. About 170,000 views.
From The Global Tech Council: Google AI For Wind Farms
Google is leveraging AI to predict the power output of a wind farm. Wind farms are a renewable source of energy, but their output is often hard to predict due to the nature of the wind. Use of AI will improve the accuracy of predictions.
From Quartz: Automation and AI Are Destroying Jobs, Not Work
Robots, automation, and artificial intelligence will forever change the future of work. These technologies will eliminate jobs and even industries, but they will also make workers safer and more efficient. Much like the Luddites before them, today’s workers are fighting an economic battle as much as a technological one. Over 150,000 views.
From UNESCO: Does AI Make Better Decisions Than Humans? Thinking About the Ethics of AI
Do you think that you are always making decisions by yourself? Maybe not. Your decisions may be guided by AI. You may listen to someone’s advice, look for reviews to make your choices. But what happens if such information is biased? What are the ethical concerns in using AI for decision making? What do we need to know?
From UNESCO: Do You Know AI or Does AI Know You Better? Thinking About the Ethics of AI
How is AI changing our world? Why should each of us care about it? What would be our future with AI? Four experts talk about ethical questions of AI such as self-driving cars, job loss, data bias, gender issues, minority populations, human vulnerability, international cooperation and lessons from the Frankenstein story. Approaching 10,000 views.