Dr. Kate Darling On Artificial Intelligence | The Hugh Thompson Show

Dr. Kate Darling On Artificial Intelligence | The Hugh Thompson Show


In this video, Dr. Kate Darling, a research specialist at the MIT Media Lab Hugh Thompson, discussed artificial intelligence (AI) and explored the many layers of artificial intelligence, and its application and potential to help—or hurt—humanity at the RSA 2018 Conference, on a panel led by RSA Conference Program Committee Chair, Dr. High Thompson, to close out the conference. RSA has been the annual pre-eminent forum for learning about trends and developments in the cyber security ecosystem.

One of the RSA Conference's most popular sessions ever, which closed out the RSA Conference 2018, with Dr. Hugh Thompson tackling artificial intelligence (AI) with three accomplished guests. Savior or Satan? Promise or peril? Friend or foe? Or maybe a little bit of all, depending on how and why it’s applied, who is applying it, and the ultimate end goals. Never before has a technology so rocked our industry and the world at large. The Hugh Thompson Show will bring together rock-star experts, Dr. Kate Darling, Dr. Dawn Song, and Dr. Sebastian Thrun to explore with fun, fear, and fascination the many layers of artificial intelligence (AI) and its application and potential to help—or hurt—humanity.

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A leading expert in robot ethics, Dr. Kate Darling is a research specialist at the MIT Media Lab, where she investigates social robotics and conducts experimental studies on human-robot interaction. Forever interested in how technology intersects with society, Kate has a background in law & economics and intellectual property, she explores the emotional connection between people and life-like machines, seeking to influence technology design and policy direction. Her writing and research anticipate difficult questions that lawmakers, engineers, and the wider public will need to address as human-robot relationships evolve in the coming decades. Dr. Darling’s work has been featured in international media, and she has authored multiple academic publications and contributed to industry publications from Vogue to Die Zeit to the BBC, and in 2017, the American Bar Association honored her legal work with the Mark T. Banner Award in Intellectual Property.