Meeting KI-Postdocs: 'Artificial intelligence outperforms human'

Full Title: "When artificial intelligence outperforms human social cognition" (Dr. Uwe Peters) Suppose an artificial intelligence (AI) excels us in social cognition in that it ascribes psychological characteristics to people more accurately than us. It seems epistemically rational to then set aside our own judgments on those characteristics and defer to the AI. After all, being more accurate about people is better than being less accurate. I argue that this intuitive view is epistemically and ethically problematic.
Time
Monday, 19.04.2021 10:00 - 11:45
Topic
Digitalization/AI, Ethics
Target groups

Researchers

Languages
English
Location
Online on Zoom
Room
https://uni-bonn.zoom.us/j/93191701586?pwd=a2IrdVpTNjJCSzJReHVSVzBNNDFkUT09 ID: 931 9170 1586 Password: 267881
Reservation
No
Organizer
TRA Individuals, Institutions and Societies; Center for Science and Thought
Contact

Dr. Charlotte Gauvry

cgauvry@uni-bonn.de

+49 171 33 160 47

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