AI & Philosophy
humAInism delves into the philosophical considerations of AI’s impact on the future of humanity are complex and multifaceted. Ethical frameworks, human agency, socioeconomic implications, and existential risks all require critical examination.
These discussions must involve a wide range of stakeholders, including philosophers, scientists, policymakers, and the general public, to ensure the responsible development and deployment of AI that aligns with core human values.
By addressing these philosophical considerations, we can navigate the path ahead with wisdom and prudence, harnessing the transformative potential of AI while safeguarding our collective well-being.
September 29, 2023
Last week, as the corridors of the UN General Assembly (UNGA) buzzed with the chatter of global leaders, our team at Diplo delved into an unusual experiment: the analysis of countries’ statements using the ‘hybrid intelligence’ approach of combining arti...READ MORE
August 28, 2023
At our last stop of the summer journey ‘Recycling ideas’, we come to Geneva, a meeting place of technology and humanity for centuries. The city’s role is gaining new relevance as we find ourselves at a turning point, facing both changes and chall...READ MORE
August 25, 2023
If you look for the source code of the operating system of modernity, you will end up in Vienna between the two world wars with five main thinkers: Ludwig Von Mises, Joseph Schumpeter, Friedrich Hayek, Sigmund Freud, and Ludwig Wittgenstein. Their concepts h...READ MORE
August 23, 2023
The Ambassadors, Holbein's painting from 1533, has a strong symbolic meaning relevant to the AI era. Like in 16th century, we face a similar flux between the major promises of scientific progress and risks of conflicts and tensions. You can read what today's A...READ MORE