Of Minds and Machines: What Artificial Intelligence Tells Us About Ourselves

In 2017, the American Association for the Advancement of Science's program of Dialogue on Science, Ethics, and Religion (AAAS | DoSER) hosted an exciting discussion of forefront artificial intelligence research and its societal implications.

The field of artificial intelligence has fascinated scientists and non-scientists alike for decades. Once primarily explored through science fiction, AI is increasingly a part of our daily life. In 2017, the American Association for the Advancement of Science’s program of Dialogue on Science, Ethics, and Religion (AAAS | DoSER) hosted an exciting discussion of forefront research and its societal implications.

Jennifer Wiseman — Introduction — 0:00 –13:45
Maithilee Kunda — Presentation –13:46 – 47:22
Jennifer Wiseman — Speaker Introduction — 47:25 – 49:08
Paul Scherz — Response — 49:09 – 1:05:14
Q&A Session —  1:05:15 – 1:34:00

Of Minds and Machines

What Artificial Intelligence Tells Us About Ourselves

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