Episode #23 – Liu on Responsibility and Discrimination in Autonomous Weapons and Self-Driving Cars

In this episode I talk to Hin-Yan Liu. Hin-Yan is an Associate Professor of Law at the University of Copenhagen. His research interests lie at the frontiers of emerging technology governance, and in the law and policy of existential risks. His core agenda focuses upon the myriad challenges posed by artificial intelligence (AI) and robotics … More Episode #23 – Liu on Responsibility and Discrimination in Autonomous Weapons and Self-Driving Cars

Episode #22 – Wellman and Rajan on the Ethics of Automated Trading

In this episode, I am joined by Michael Wellman and Uday Rajan. Michael is a Professor of Computer Science & Engineering at the University of Michigan; and Uday is a Professor of Business Administration and Chair and Professor of Finance and Real Estate at the same institution. Our conversation focuses on the ethics of autonomous … More Episode #22 – Wellman and Rajan on the Ethics of Automated Trading