Stanford economics professor Susan Athey discusses the trends and future of artificial intelligence in the social sector. She emphasizes that universities can play a role in guiding the development of AI in directions that can be beneficial to humanity.
Rochester Institute of Technology philosophy professor Evan Selinger and his Future of Privacy Forum colleague Brenda K Leong argue that technology companies “should ensure their ethics boards are guided by universal human rights.”
Automated hiring, including automated video interviews, raises concerns about employment discrimination and privacy. Workplace wellness programs and electronic workplace surveillance raise similar concerns.