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ML and the Law: Panel 2 - longer term issues

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How reasonable is it to expect users to defend their privacy rights from systems they don't understand?
by Dylan Hadfield-Menell
 
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EM, A, AR and 3 more

If ML can be less biased than humans, should we have a right to defer to them?
2
A
D
ML is one way to advance decision making, emryo-engeneering, some countries are involved with, is another. Isn't the attempt to constrain research on a (super-)country level are reducing response potential as long as there are always incompliant governments?
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D
How should the law interact with the issue of potential existential risk from superintelligent AI.
1
A
Is it ok for an ML algorithm to make life or death decisions over humans?
1
ian
Are data minimization and research unifiable?
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