Can AI Be Beautiful?
Together with T-Systems, The Business Romantic Society launched the AI Society to explore a broader, more human-centered vision for the future of AI.
Can AI be beautiful?
On behalf of The Business Romantic Society, Tim launched the AI Society initiative this week, in partnership with T-Systems, with an animated, wide-ranging, three-hour long dinner debate with European founders, executives, academics, journalists, and technologists on the eve of the Demexco digital conference in Cologne, Germany.
Participants included German AI experts Sarah Spiekermann-Hoff (University of Vienna), Arne Horn (Banking One), and Ulli Waltinger (Siemens AI Lab), among others, and their perspectives will be part of a white paper written by journalists Andrian Kreye (Sueddeutsche Zeitung) that also features interviews with leading AI thinkers from the US and Japan such as John Havens (IEEE, CXI), Nick Bostrom (Future of Humanity Institute, author of Superintelligence), John Cohn (IBM), Jaron Lanier, John Markoff (Center for Advanced Study in the Behavioral Sciences), Kenichiro Mogi (Sony Computer Science Laboratories), Evgeny Morozov, Steven Pinker, Radhika Nagpal (SEAS and Wyss Institute, Harvard University), Tess Posner (AI4All), Mark Rolston, argodesign), Jaan Tallinn (Future of Life Institute), Max Tegmark (MIT, Future of Life Institute), and others.
The paper will be presented at this year’s House of Beautiful Business in Lisbon on November 3-8, 2018 and inform a work track on “beautiful AI.”