ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE

New developments in artificial intelligence in recent years have triggered euphoria in the technology industry, promising an automated, convenient and simple future for human civilization. However, some scientists and other experts in the field do not share the same enthusiasm and warn of potential risks. What are the biggest challenges underlying the development of artificial …

Humanity’s great challenge in the face of artificial intelligence Read More »

This week Microsoft’s CEO, Brad Smith, in an interview with the BBC, stated that, “Life as depicted in George Orwell’s “1984” could come to pass in 2024 if lawmakers don’t protect the public against artificial intelligence″ [1]. While many social organizations have denounced the threats posed to humanity by the lack of regulation on Artificial …

From the Big Brother of 1984 to the Artificial Intelligence of 2024 Read More »

Television channels such as MTV, Nickelodeon or Discovery, achieved audience successes at the end of the last century through a bold strategy of incorporating humanist experts, who were in charge of designing content based on the characterization of target audiences, producing customized stories and revolutionizing the content industry. Based on the same principle, companies like …

Content Design: From Humanists to Algorithms Read More »

Although artificial intelligence is improving many aspects of human life by making processes more efficient and reducing the probability of error, the development of highly sophisticated algorithms hides a great danger that could increase the currently widening social gaps in the world, as revealed by multiple studies that have been carried out in the United …

Discrimination, Poverty and Algorithms: An Explosive Mix Read More »

An article published by Nature [1], one of the most prestigious scientific journals of the world, recently spread a study carried out by researchers from the MIT Media Lab of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (USA). The research involved more than 40 million people all over the world and its surprising conclusions reveal, among many other …

The IoT Ethics: Who lives and who dies? Read More »

In America, the strong neoliberal regulatory tradition has promoted ex-post regulatory schemes, that is, we regulate long after changes occur, which allows the market to adjust itself during implementation periods. But although experience has shown that subsequent regulation allows for greater innovation, it is also true that it generates a notable absence of the State …

Should the new stage of Artificial Intelligence include an ex-ante regulation? Read More »

By: Gabriel E. Levy B. – @galevy  www.galevy.com We may be witnessing one of the most dizzying moments in human history, where innovation has become the engine of constant change, in practically all social spheres.  The new ICTs [1] are emerging abruptly, overtaking previous technologies that we are not even able to measure. While all …

Professional Skills in the Digital Age Read More »