MMH - What’s REALLY Your ”Personal Information?” + Data Modeling Ethics, Doughy Robotics - with Kshitish Nanda, Boaz Salik
In this episode of the Monday Mess Haul, Nathan, Kshitish, and Boaz get technical.
- The Quick Take: what are the ethical implications of an experimental AI using a publicly-available dataset to identify 40,000 theoretical chemical weapons?
- The Big Dig: how much can you actually claim as your own personal information? That's what's up for debate with a recent opinion concerning the language of the California Consumer Protection Act.
- The Final Cut: how effective are empirical methods for training task variations in robotics?
The Mess Haul features a more free-form conversational approach with multiple participants than our more interview-focused style. This format is designed to generate quick takes on a handful of recent topics, facilitating shorter, more opinionated discussion with a number of different perspectives. Each episode of The Mess Haul is (usually) recorded, edited, and released in the same day.
Today's conversationalists: Nathan Johnson, Kshitish Nanda, Boaz Salik
Hosted, recorded, and produced for FischerJordan by Nathan Johnson
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Background articles for this episode:
- The U.S. Sun - "Killer AI Invented 40,000 'Lethal Chemical Weapons' In Just Six Hours"
- Marketing Brew - "California AG Says 'Inferences' Are Personal Information. Here's Why That Matters."
- TechCrunch - "Better Learning Through 'Complex Dough Manipulation'"