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Humanity is at an inflection point. More and more decisions once made by people are being made by machines, often without transparency or accountability. A.I. Nation, a new podcast from WHYY and Princeton University, reveals how artificial intelligence is operating in the background, and sometimes foreground, of every major story, trend, and event in our modern lives.

AI systems helped accelerate COVID-19 vaccine development, and saved lives by modeling pandemic response strategies. But Big Tech companies like Facebook, Amazon, and Alphabet, are also using hidden surveillance and sophisticated algorithms to predict our behavior and control our online experiences, often leading to digital echo chambers and an increasingly polarized society.

A.I. Nation investigates how machine learning, automation, and predictive analytics are impacting our lives right now. Technologies once considered science fiction, like facial recognition, predictive policing, driverless vehicles (and drones), and language-generating computer systems are already here.

The podcast will also consider how we, as digital citizens, can protect ourselves from the inherent bias in these systems, and work towards fairness and social justice. Join reporter Malcolm Burnley and Princeton University Computer Science Professor Ed Felten as they examine and explain AI’s growing influence in our lives, and forecast the role it’ll play in our future.
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Philadelphia, PA
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7 Available Episodes (7 Total)Average duration: 00:31:58
May 28 | 00:52:05
Bonus: The Promise and Pitfalls of AI
Apr 29 | 00:38:14
Ep 5. Echo Chambers
Apr 22 | 00:33:28
Ep 4. Biased Intelligence
Apr 15 | 00:29:03
Ep 3. The Next Pandemic
Apr 01 | 00:35:56
Ep 2. A.I. in the Driver’s Seat
Apr 01 | 00:32:48
Ep 1. Hello, World!
Feb 11 | 00:02:15
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