Should we be concerned that the decisions of AIs are inscrutable?
Why it's important to highlight its problems before it’s too late. The rise of machine learning comes with risks that should concern even distant observers of technology. We are a long way from truly intelligent computers, but as philosopher John Zerilli warns, we cannot hide from the important choices this tech forces us to make right now. Here, he argues for a push to think more deeply about what reliable automated decision making means.