Jericho Chambers

The Ethics of Disruption: Rights and wrongs with Artificial Intelligence

April 20, 2020 Jericho Chambers
Jericho Chambers
The Ethics of Disruption: Rights and wrongs with Artificial Intelligence
Show Notes

Computer says 'no.' And sometimes it says 'yes.' But what are the risks with allowing AI to make important decisions on all our behalfs. The first in our series of Ethics of Disruption podcasts looks how going back to basic rules of philosophy might help untangle modern Gordian knots.

This podcast in the series looks into the theory and practice of the Ethics of AI and speaks to three experts. First, Professor Dominic Houlder of London Business School.  Although a professor of strategy in his day job, Houlder has recently published a book called “What Philosophy Can Teach you about being a Better Leader.” Second up is Nikolas Kairinos, an expert whose companies produce AI and the founder of Fountech.ai. Third, Professor Joanna Bryson, who is Professor of Ethics and Technology at the Hertie School in Berlin. Her research focuses on the impact of technology on human cooperation, and AI/ICT governance.  The presenter is Matthew Gwyther.