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Podcast: What about free will in a world that is assisted by data and connected objects?


The increase of personal home assistants invites reflection on what a “responsible” artificial intelligence could be.


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At the crossroads of hard science, humanities and philosophy, the increase of personal home assistants invites reflection on what a “responsible” artificial intelligence could be.

The development of connected objects, and more specifically personal home assistants, gives us a glimpse of a future in which our environment will anticipate our needs, and where we will put more and more of our decisions into the hands of machines fed with our personal data and driven by sometimes opaque algorithms.

These technological advances raise questions of security, of confidentiality, but also of responsibility and of trust. What are the recommendations of these artificial intelligences really worth? What can the consequences be? And finally, how can we maintain and exercise our free will in a world that is assisted by data and connected objects? The point of view of Christine Balagué, full professor of the Good in Tech Chair at the Institut Mines Télécom Business School.

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The increase of personal home assistants invites reflection on what a “responsible” artificial intelligence could be.


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