HumaniTies and Artificial Intelligence è un libro digitale della Commissione Europea sulle relazioni tra Intelligenza Artificiale e società da diverse prospettive. L’eBook, curato da Freddy Paul Grunert, insieme a Massimo Craglia, Emilia Gómez Gutierrez e Jutta Thielen-del Pozo, contiene 45 testi di autori di varia provenienza umanistica e scientifica. Reviewer dei testi sono Josephine Bosma, Pier Luigi Capucci, Derrick de Kerckhove e Warren Neidich.
HumaniTies and Artificial Intelligence is a digital book of the European Commission on the relationship between Artificial Intelligence and society from different perspectives. The eBook, edited by Freddy Paul Grunert, with Massimo Craglia, Emilia Gómez Gutierrez and Jutta Thielen-del Pozo, presents 45 texts by authors from different humanistic and scientific backgrounds. Texts’ reviewers are Josephine Bosma, Pier Luigi Capucci, Derrick de Kerckhove and Warren Neidich.
The transversal character of artificial intelligence and the related social, economic, ethical, legal and cultural impacts call for interdisciplinary discussions that go beyond the purely technological angle. This is the focus of the present book, to present the result of interdisciplinary discussions on artificial intelligence and humanity carried out at the Centre for Advanced Studies, Joint Research Centre, European Commission. The manuscript presents a collection of thoughts on the topic from different angles and disciplines: from emotions to creativity, from feminism to the environment. Many of the topics discussed in this book are central to the European policy frameworks addressing both the development and use of AI and the production, sharing, and use of data that is underpinning many AI developments. The book reflects the joint reflection of artists, historians, sociologists, scientists and computer scientists to rediscover what Ties us Humans together (hence the title) over what divides us. We believe the contributions included in this book are an important first step in this collective endeavour.
© 2022 European Union
La pubblicazione è rilasciata in Gold Open Access ed è liberamente scaricabile da qui (3,2 MB):
The publication is released under Gold Open Access and is freely downloadable from here (3,2 MB):
HumaniTies and Artificial Intelligence v1.0