Elitism and Robot Collaboration Models: Calculations to Inform Assignment of Social Position
Much as cells gain advantage by forming into interdependent bodies, humans and machines might gain advantage by forming into interdependent families, teams, companies, and so forth. This potential implies systems which leverage their own internal diversity, and prompts us to ask how one would need to organize to achieve such leverage. Temporarily setting aside our subjective interests, this talk will run the objective calculations for common and potential forms of elitism. You are invited to develop and test your own designs for increased social intelligence.
Date and Time
- Date: 09 October 2018
- Time: 07:00 PM to 09:00 PM
- All times are America/New_York
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- Nashua, New Hampshire
- United States 03062
Dr. Sridhar Raghavan
Chris Santos-Lang authored seven patents related to artificial intelligence and was an early pioneer of the field of machine ethics. He currently studies evaluative diversity in both humans and machines, and maintains GRINfree.com. His most recent peer-reviewed publication is "Corporantia: Is moral consciousness above individual brains/robots?" https://www.degruyter.com/downloadpdf/j/pjbr.2018.9.issue-1/pjbr-2018-0001/pjbr-2018-0001.pdf
This is a webinar event. We will be using You Tube Live. Get the joining link and instructions from here:
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The start time is 7:15 pm when the webinar site will open.
We will spend the first 15 minutes to ensure that evryone is able to join in.
The meeting will start at 7:30 PM
If feasible quick introduction of audience.
Talk and Presentation by Dr. Chris
Q/A and Discussion
Close 8:45 PM