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Artificial Intelligence: New Questions for Legislation and Applied Ethics (Shared screen with speaker view)
mutzenhardt
01:50:47
In fact we need ethical rules comparable to the international chart on chemical weapons and/or nuclear weapons ?
Anne Goldberg
01:51:00
i have several questions, the ifrst one being the definition of intelligence. There isn't only intellectual intelligence. Emotional and heart intelligence are there. Do, what does it mean?
Peter Johansson
01:52:50
Of the key risks mentioned, which one do you consider most dangerous on a 5-10 year horizon ?
Liam.Earney
01:52:53
If as a meta technology, AI can improve other technologies, does a similar opportunity exist with regard to human intelligence and morality?
Anne Goldberg
01:53:22
2d question : how is possible to clearly differentiate the role of sc & tech researchers that produce this knowledge from the use that will be done by ecnomic agents and their business models (named "innovation")
AnnalenaK
01:53:40
Thank you very much for this very useful and interesting presentation. You refered to the danger of an AI arms race and you advise for the EU to ban synthetic phenomenology and set very high ethical standards. Do you think that there can be any disadvantage for the EU to ban parts of AI as it will lead to enterprises, researchers etc. leave Europe to do what they cannot do here? This is a dilemma. Do you think there is any way out of this?
Liam.Earney
02:02:16
It was, though not as eloquently put. Thank you. Some optimism at least!
Liam.Earney
02:06:21
Yes, thank you very much.
Anne Goldberg
02:06:29
thank you very much for this interesting talk.
Peter Johansson
02:06:34
Thanks
Arianna Albanese
02:06:37
Thank you! Amazing webinar!
AnnalenaK
02:06:39
Many thanks