Who gets to decide when something is ethical and what does “being ethical” mean in the first place? Can we determine that for other people or should we consider different perspectives, cultures and norms when we determine right from wrong? I have a very insightful conversation with Emmanuel Goffi, fformer officer of the FASF and currently research associate, instructor, speaker and philosopher in technologies - especially Artificial Intelligence. Emmanuel currently holds numerous positions, including his role as the Co-Director & Co-Founder at Global AI Ethics Institute.
Emmanuel lets us think critically about our perspective and how technology has its place in problem solution, albeit it being a tool to fix problems. Learn more about Emmanuel and his work through his Linkedin at https://www.linkedin.com/in/emmanuelgoffi/