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In this thought-provoking episode of the Artificial Intelligence & Equality podcast, Carl Miller tackles the pressing question: Can we code power responsibly? And moreover, how do we define "power" in this context?
Diving headfirst into the complex intersection of artificial intelligence and power dynamics, Miller, author of The Death of the Gods, warns against ascribing human-like understanding to AI systems and applications. He posits that power enables us to discern how lives are being shaped, identify the architects of change, and realize what has diminished in influence and importance over time. Reflecting on historical cycles of innovation and upheaval, Miller expresses cautious optimism, anticipating that humanity will navigate the complexities and harness these potent tools with sensible control.
Tune in for a rich discussion that promises to fuel a deeper reflection on the evolving landscapes of power and technology.
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