Artificial intelligence powers Google's search engine, enables Facebook to target advertising, and allows Alexa and Siri to do their jobs. AI is also behind self-driving cars, predictive policing, and autonomous weapons that can kill without human intervention. These and other AI applications raise complex ethical issues that are the subject of ongoing debate. This volume in the MIT Press Essential Knowledge series offers an accessible synthesis of these issues. Written by a philosopher of technology, AI Ethics goes beyond the usual hype and nightmare scenarios to address concrete questions.
Random House presents the audiobook edition of The Life of a Scilly Sergeant by Colin Taylor, read by Kris Dyer. 'Policing is like this everywhere but not everywhere is Scilly.' Meet Sergeant Colin Taylor. He has been a valuable member of the police force for over 20 years, five of which have been spent policing the 'quiet' Isles of Scilly, a group of islands off the southwestern tip of the Cornish peninsula. Colin has made it his purpose to keep the streets of Scilly free from anchor thieves, goldfish abductors and other culprits, some drunken, intent on breaking the law. This book is the first-hand account of how he did it. Coupled with his increasingly popular 'Isle of Scilly Police Force' Facebook page, this book charts the day-to-day trials and tribulations of a small-island police officer, told in a perfectly humorous and affectionate way. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Kris Dyer. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/rhuk/002952/bk_rhuk_002952_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
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&#8220;Fish&#8217;s points arrive in thoughtful, dense provocations.&#8221; &#8212;Kirkus Reviews From celebrated public intellectual and New York Times bestselling author, Stanley Fish, comes an urgent and sharply observed look at one of the most hotly debated issues of our time: freedom of speech. How does the First Amendment really work? Is it a principle or a value? What is hate speech and should it always be banned? Are we free to declare our religious beliefs in the public square? What role, if any, should companies like Facebook play in policing the exchange of thoughts, ideas, and opinions? With clarity and power, Stanley Fish, &#8220;America&#8217;s most famous professor&#8221; ( BookPage), explores these complex questions in The First. From the rise of fake news, to the role of tech companies in monitoring content (including the President&#8217;s tweets), to Colin Kaepernick&#8217;s kneeling protest, First Amendment controversies continue to dominate the news cycle. Across America, college campus administrators are being forced to balance free speech against demands for safe spaces and trigger warnings. Ultimately, Fish argues, freedom of speech is a double-edged concept; it frees us from constraints, but it also frees us to say and do terrible things. Urgent and controversial, The First is sure to ruffle feathers, spark dialogue, and shine new light on one of America&#8217;s most cherished&#8212;and debated&#8212;constitutional rights.