As Google develops artificial intelligence that has smarter-than-human capabilities, it's teamed up with Oxford University researchers to create a panic button to interrupt a potentially rogue AI agent.


Publication Title
Information Week
Publication/Creation Date
June 4 2016
Creators/Contributors
Daniel Dewey (contributor)
University Of Oxford (contributor)
The Future Of Humanity Institute (contributor)
Persuasive Intent
Information
Description
With artificial intelligence crossing milestones in its capability to learn rapidly from its environment and beat humans at tasks and games from Jeopardy to the ancient Chinese game Go, Alphabet's Google is taking proactive steps to ensure that the technology it is creating does not one day turn against humans.
HCI Platform
Embeddable
Location on Body
Not On The Body

Date archived
June 7 2016
Last edited
January 30 2019
How to cite this entry
(June 4 2016). "As Google develops artificial intelligence that has smarter-than-human capabilities, it's teamed up with Oxford University researchers to create a panic button to interrupt a potentially rogue AI agent.". Information Week. Fabric of Digital Life. https://fabricofdigitallife.com/index.php/Detail/objects/1674