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Prof Robert Skidelsky shares thoughts on Keynes, AI, and the future of work
The Yuan recently sat down with Robert Skidelsky, a member of the British House of Lords and Professor Emeritus of Political Economy at Warwick University, for his thoughts on some of the world’s most pressing issues, including the future of AI, work, government policy, and more.
Robert Skidelsky  |  May  28,  2024
Who needs governments? AI prompts the question already on the minds of many
The world is seriously underachieving, and countries everywhere must now redouble their efforts to attract FDI, make full use of their entrepreneurs and other talents, and take advantage of the opportunities AI provides. Naseem Javed, an expert on new ways of thinking, weighs in.
Naseem Javed  |  May  10,  2024
How a public-private consortium could lead to democratic global AI governance
An open and democratic public-private consortium for AI would sustain growth, transparency, and competition, while averting an over-concentration of power and AI safety risks, argues Trustless Computing Association founder and President Rufo Guerreschi.
Rufo Guerreschi  |  Mar  13,  2024
There is a strong case to be made for regulating GenAI through common law
Arguments over whose regulations are best regarding AI, LLMs, and other advance tech overlook the possibility that common law, with its case-by-case approach, offers the best solution for crafting sensible regulatory frameworks, argue profs S. Alex Yang and Angela Huyue Zhang.
S. Alex Yang, Angela Huyue Zhang  |  Feb  27,  2024
UK and US AI regulatory frameworks precede AI safety summit, impact healthcare
Both the UK and US governments published AI regulatory frameworks ahead of the first-ever AI Safety Summit hosted at Bletchley Park in November 2023. The two frameworks are both organized by five similar principles, and by comparing them AI developers will be better equipped to create AI tools designed for use in both UK and US settings.
Matthew Marcetich  |  Feb  26,  2024
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