Welcome to FOMO Sapiens, the podcast that explores the minds and habits of entrepreneurial thinkers who don’t just follow the crowd, but instead take their own path to success in business and in life.
In this episode, host Patrick J. McGinnis is joined by Reid Blackman, a renowned AI Ethicist and author of “Ethical Machines: Your Concise Guide to Totally Unbiased, Transparent, and Respectful AI.
Blackman shares his insights on the ethical considerations surrounding artificial intelligence and machine learning, and how these technologies are transforming the way we make decisions. He explains the importance of designing ethical frameworks for AI and machine learning, and the potential risks and benefits of these technologies for society.
Throughout the conversation, Blackman and McGinnis discuss the intersection of technology and ethics, and the challenges and opportunities presented by the rise of AI. They explore the potential impact of AI on industries ranging from healthcare to finance, and the importance of developing ethical guidelines for these technologies to ensure that they are used in a responsible and beneficial way.
Overall, this episode of FOMO Sapiens provides a thought-provoking exploration of the future of AI and machine learning, and the ethical considerations that must be taken into account as these technologies become more widespread. Listeners will come away with a deeper understanding of the potential impact of AI on society, and the ways in which entrepreneurs and innovators can shape the future of technology in a responsible and ethical way.
Meet our guest:
Reid Blackman, Ph.D., is the author of “Ethical Machines” (Harvard Business Review Press), creator and host of the podcast “Ethical Machines,” and Founder and CEO of Virtue, a digital ethical risk consultancy. He is also an advisor to the Canadian government on their federal AI regulations, was a founding member of EY’s AI Advisory Board, and a Senior Advisor to the Deloitte AI Institute. His work, which includes advising and speaking to organizations including AWS, US Bank, the FBI, NASA, and the World Economic Forum, has been profiled by The Wall Street Journal, the BBC, and Forbes. His written work appears in The Harvard Business Review and The New York Times. Prior to founding Virtue, Reid was a professor of philosophy at Colgate University and UNC-Chapel Hill. Learn more at reidblackman.com.