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For episode eight of Ethical Machines, we had the pleasure of talking with John Hong, Associate Professor for Architecture at Seoul National University in Korea. In this fascinating conversation, we talk about architecture, city scale generative systems, augmentation, open source, psychedelic architecture, mass-unemployment and the new commons.


For episode seven of Ethical Machines, we had the pleasure of talking with Azeem Azhar, a entrepreneur, strategist, investor, writer and speaker - based in London. In this fascinating conversation, we talk about A.I, Education, Self driving cars, climate change, systems for mass migration, automatisation VS augmentation, unemployment and the role of agency.


For episode six of Ethical Machines, we had the pleasure of talking with Max Niederhofer, a venture capitalist based in Berlin. In this fascinating conversation, we talk about Venture Capital, A.I, Convenience, Algorithmic Regulation, 100 year outlooks and Mediation.


For the fifth episode of Ethical Machines, we had the pleasure of talking with Automato Farm, a design studio based in Shanghai. Automato is a collaboration between Simone Rebaudengo, Matthieu Cherubini and Saurabh Datta. In this engaging conversation we explore a wide range of topics such as: The role of designers in machine learning, desining ethical smart systems, computing ethics, humans teaching algorithms, generative design, Internet of things and more.


For the fourth episode of Ethical Machines, we had the pleasure of talking with David.J.Klein. David is a experienced research scientist and developer in neural computational approaches to signal processing and machine/deep learning/AI. In this fascinating conversation we explore a wide range of topics such as: how machine learning can help to midigate climate change, the impact of deeplearning on conservation of biodiversity, how to measure the value of nature.


For the third episode of Ethical Machines, we had the pleasure of talking with Alex J. Champandard and Gene Kogan. Alex has a background in AI and computer games. Recently, he has been experimenting with Stylenet with his twitter bot "DeepForger". Gene is a programmer and artist who is interested in generative systems & machine learning. He has been the first to create animations with StyleNet. In these engaging conversation we cover a wide range of topics: Choosing good inputs. Optimising Art. Generative Copyright. DeepPorn. Semantic Styles. Assisted Creation & Curation. Art? Limitations & Outlooks.


For the second episode of Ethical Machines, we had the pleasure of talking with Jack Clark, the World's Only Neural Network Reporter, writing for Bloomberg. In this engaging conversation we cover a wide range of topics: Explaining A.I to the public, Generative Journalism, Bio Politics, The legal & economic implications of A.I Systems, Generative Art and selling generated content, why one canīt pay for facebook and more. Jack gives a highly informative overview of these fascinating ideas and provides many surprising insights.


For the premiere episode of EthicalMachines, we had the pleasure of talking with Mark Riedl, Associate Professor at Georgia Tech. In this fascinating conversation we cover a wide range of topics: Jugging outputs of generative systems, the implications of computational creativity, A.I. driven advertising, the ethics of self driving cars, tensions between academia & industry and more. Mark does a great job at contextualising these ideas and is entertaining to listen to.


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EthicalMachines is a series of conversations about Humans, Machines & Ethics. It aims at sparking a deeper, better informed debate about the implications of intelligent systems for society and individuals. Your hosts, Roelof Pieters & Samim Winiger, explore these important topics with experts and thought leaders in a regular podcast format. Read more here...

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