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The State of AI Ethics Report (volume 5) captures the most relevant developments in AI Ethics since the first quarter of 2021. This edition opens with a section that has been much requested by you, our community, titled “What we’re thinking” that gives insights into emergent trends and gaps that we’ve noticed in existing coverage of AI ethics. We also have a special contribution titled “The Critical Race Quantum Computer: A Tool for Liberation” by Michael Lipset, Jessica Brown, Michael Crawford, Kwaku Aning, & Katlyn Turner with a very intriguing framing of how we think about race and technology.

The State of AI Ethics Report (Volume 5). August 5, 2021 by MAIEI.

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A conceptual and algebraically framework that did not exist up until then in its morphology, was developed. What is more, it is pioneer on its implementation in the area of Artificial Intelligence (AI) and it was started up in laboratory, on its structural aspects, as a fully operational model. At qualitative level, its greatest contribution to AI is applying the conversion or transduction of parameters obtained by ternary logic (multi-valued systems) and associating them with an image. This image will be analysed by means of a residual artificial network ResNet34, to warn us of an intrusion. The field of application of this framework includes everything from smartwatches, tablets, and PC’s to the home automation based on the KNX standard.

Framework based on parameterized images on ResNet to identify intrusions in smartwatches or other related devices

Opening your eyes… with Nature & NASA

Last glimpse

Artificial intelligence as a legal entity and its civil responsibility within Europe | By the Director

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