16 Sep 2021 20:00

Book release "Machines we trust"

The MIT press book "Machines We Trust. Perspectives on Dependable AI" edited by Professor Marcello Pelillo and Teresa Scantamburlo (PhD and researcher at ECLT) has been printed! 

In this book experts from different fields including computer science, law and philosophy consider the challenges of building AI systems that humans can trust.
The contributors consider the “ethical debts” of AI systems, the evolution of the AI field, and the problems of trust and trustworthiness in the context of AI.
They go on to discuss specific ethical issues and present case studies of such applications as medicine and robotics, inviting us to shift the focus from the perspective of a “human-centered AI” to that of an “AI-decentered humanity.
"Finally, they consider the future of AI, arguing that, as we move toward a hybrid society of cohabiting humans and machines, AI technologies can become humanity's allies.

Marcello Pelillo and Teresa Scantamburlo

Francesco Amigoni, Federico Cabitza, Nello Cristianini, Mireille Hildebrandt, Marcello Pelillo, Gernot Rieder, Teresa Scantamburlo, Viola Schiaffonati, Judith Simon, Katherine Strandburg, Jennifer Wortman Vaughan, Hanna Wallach, Robert Williamson, Pak-Hang Wong.


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