Reference : Making Sense of AI: Our Algorithmic World, by Anthony Elliott (2022) Polity Press.
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Making Sense of AI: Our Algorithmic World, by Anthony Elliott (2022) Polity Press.
Gubenko, Alla mailto [University of Luxembourg > Faculty of Humanities, Education and Social Sciences (FHSE) > Department of Education and Social Work (DESW) >]
International Journal of Technoethics
IGI Global Publishing
United States
[en] Artificial intelligence ; Intelligence ; Cognitive Offloading ; Extended Cognition ; Sensemaking ; Human-Machine Teams ; Humbots
[en] How can we understand consequences and make sense of an event when we are in its epicentre? Would it be possible to gain a deep understanding of the situation without putting it into a certain perspective or broader context? The book Making sense of AI invites us to resist a natural inclination to make fast inferences based on the proximity and salient experiences and instead, engage in slow thinking and pondering on the evolution of human technology. An effortful exercise, as this reading may turn out to be, is worth, nevertheless, undertaking for 21st century students interested in recognizing future opportunities, coping with challenges, and understanding complex phenomena such as AI.
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