I have been interviewed for Voices in AI, a series of conversations between Byron Reese and experts in Artificial Intelligence:
The interview has focused on the interplay between human psychology and machine intelligence and, in particular, on how machines can learn how to “read the mind” of their users. After outlining the main applications (and the many emerging companies active in the area), the attention has shifted to the significant ethical issues underlying the development of these technologies. The main point we have made is that the danger does not come from technologies, but from people. Therefore, it is through societal choices and political regulation that socially intelligent Artificial Intelligence will be of benefit for people. Many thanks to Neurodata Lab for having created the opportunity of this interview.