Curating Content To Support Learning About Humanity's Transition

This content was posted on  1 Nov 20  by   Douglas Rushkoff  on  Facebook Page
Algorithms do reflect the brilliance of the engineers who craft them, as well as the …

Algorithms do reflect the brilliance of the engineers who craft them, as well as the power of iterative processes to solve problems in novel ways. They can answer the specific questions we bring them, or even generate fascinating imitations of human creations, from songs to screenplays. But we are mistaken if we look to algorithms for direction. They are not guided by a core set of values so much as by a specific set of outcomes. They are utilitarian.

To a hammer, everything is a nail. To an A.I., everything is a computational challenge.

📚 Read “The Key to Successful A.I.? Continuous Human Intervention from Medium’s weekly serialization of #TeamHuman:

https://medium.com/team-human/the-key-to-successful-a-i-continual-human-intervention-bfc228943e2c

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We must not accept any technology as the default solution for our problems


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