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Words of Wisdom: Representational Harms in Learning From AI Communication [article]

Amanda Buddemeyer, Erin Walker, Malihe Alikhani
2021 arXiv   pre-print
address any such harms caused by AI communication.  ...  We contend that all language, including all AI communication, encodes information about the identity of the human or humans who contributed to crafting the language.  ...  Acknowledgments Thanks to the anonymous reviewers from LearnTec4EDI.  ... 
arXiv:2111.08581v1 fatcat:q5m7dbc42bdh7idaatyenwoulm

Learning Networks and the Practice of Wisdom

Nick Marshall, Barbara Simpson
2014 Journal of management inquiry  
Learning networks, with their emphasis on the generation of insight from collaborative practice, would seem to be more in tune with process-based views of wisdom than with the traditional notion of wisdom  ...  signify in mere words.  ... 
doi:10.1177/1056492614529368 fatcat:dcctpag24feuxid47tm723dq6e

From Slyness to Moral Wisdom in the Era of Emergent Technologies

Ana Bazak
2014 Imastut'yun  
The first aim of this paper is to circumscribe the concept of wisdom from the standpoint of op­posite as well as close notions.  ...  separated cognisance and manners to manage one's own existence – whether this entity is an individual per­son or a small or large community – and that of an integrated wisdom of humanity in a holistic  ...  Even though we all use in a rapid manner the unique word logos in order to describe the ancient representation of the conscience of men concerning their distinctness from animals and their superiority  ... 
doi:10.24234/wisdom.v2i3.89 fatcat:vzpzgas2xzeyvasrbpukumxoeu

Medical Crowdsourcing:Harnessing the "Wisdom of the Crowd" to Solve MedicalMysterie

Indika Dissanayake, University of North Carolina at Greensboro,USA, Sridhar Nerur, Rahul Singh, Yang Lee, University ofTexas at Arlington,USA, University of North Carolina at Greensboro,USA, Northeastern University, USA
2019 Journal of the AIS  
Greater participation in crowdsourcing increases the likelihood of encountering a correct solution.  ...  Such crowdsourcing platforms empower patients to harness the "wisdom of the crowd" by providing access to a vast pool of diverse medical knowledge.  ...  Narayan Janakiraman of the University of Texas at Arlington and the Journal of the Association for Information Systems review team for their insightful comments and suggestions.  ... 
doi:10.17705/1jais.00579 fatcat:oe5pnfkaufaclkh4u3iucc2bdm

Playing with words

Serdar Sali, Noah Wardrip-Fruin, Steven Dow, Michael Mateas, Sri Kurniawan, Aaron A. Reed, Ronald Liu
2010 Proceedings of the Fifth International Conference on the Foundations of Digital Games - FDG '10  
The changes are also sometimes resonant with, and sometimes at odds with, conventional wisdom about these interface options in the game design and writing communities.  ...  In this paper we present the results of a study directly comparing three different dialogue system interfaces implemented over the complete course of a dramatic, story-focused game.  ...  things to say (and enticing roles to play) points in the opposite direction of the second piece of design wisdom about such interfaces.  ... 
doi:10.1145/1822348.1822372 dblp:conf/fdg/SaliWDMKRL10 fatcat:xqaq2dhxqrdzbedkvr3d46ttgi

Word-Images: Politics and Visual Cultures in China

Maurizio Marinelli
2013 PORTAL: Journal of Multidisciplinary International Studies  
In China, word-images have always played a crucial role in the construction of a claimed reality in the socio-political arena.  ...  When the ruler's behaviour was in line with the standards defined by his words, the ruler was thought to literally embody codes of proper social and political behavior.  ...  Horatius saw imaginative texts as the outcome of a painstaking work, patience, study, and continuous correction, in one word: wisdom and not madness.  ... 
doi:10.5130/portal.v9i3.3099 fatcat:3ivebzbc6bgaxjvfl7tsuefami

Where Can Wisdom be Found? The Sage's Language in the Bible and in Ancient Egyptian Literature

E. B., Nili Shupak
1996 Journal of the American Oriental Society  
from the community {Prov. 22,10; Ps 1,1 [Wisdom Ps.]; cf. also BS 13, 1 ) .  ...  He is insolent and despises both the educational authority and the principles of religion, and the only way therefore to obviate his harmful influence is to expel him from the community.  ...  Did Hebrew wisdom evolve from a secular to a religious stage? What was the Sitz im Leben of Biblical wisdom?  ... 
doi:10.2307/606422 fatcat:ru7vfdubjfbi3ijnwjm5rqglce

On the Origin of Watchers: A Comparative Study of the Antediluvian Wisdom in Mesopotamian and Jewish Traditions

Amar Annus
2010 Journal for the Study of the Pseudepigrapha  
In the article, it is argued that the origin of Watchers derives from the Mesopotamian mythology of the antediluvian sages (apkallus).  ...  This shows that the wickedness of antediluvian teachers of humankind in Jewish sources was not wholly an inversion of the Mesopotamian traditions by Jewish scholars, but was partly taken from already existing  ...  The witch is to be expelled from the organized community.  ... 
doi:10.1177/0951820710373978 fatcat:ty7wbuizojfvzlnfqgrlyztlyy

Analysis and Extracts of Kitab mezan al-hikmah. Book of the Balance of Wisdom, An Arabic Work on the Water-Balance, Written by 'Al-Khazini in the Twelfth Century

N. Khanikoff
1858 Journal of the American Oriental Society  
Khanikoff quotes the following from the Kms: ms' .. . ... aI S. ' J ..  ...  Notes on the Book of the Balance of Visdom. 15, p. 64. In thus rendering the word Sij.Jt, we conjecture it to be derived from Sj.  ...  But we believe the inscription of this word along one of the parallels to be simply a misplacement, a^.jrJ being there the first word of a sentence of ex-planation which is finished under the beam on the  ... 
doi:10.2307/592172 fatcat:3dzd4eyry5cwlanf72tqu3dp2y

An Inclusive Ethical Design Perspective for a Flourishing Future with Artificial Intelligent Systems

Anne GERDES
2018 European Journal of Risk Regulation  
moral habituation of professionals and the general public.  ...  article provides an inclusive outlook on artificial intelligence by introducing a three-legged design perspective that includes, but also moves beyond, ethical artificial systems design to stress the role of  ...  storage in tandem with use of deep learning algorithms in the field of machine learning: "Google can translate with reasonable competence between 135 written languages … word by word, these AIs simply  ... 
doi:10.1017/err.2018.62 fatcat:pjrd72gmrzbd5mpfxct34vh75i

The Case for Explicit Ethical Agents

Matthias Scheutz
2017 The AI Magazine  
Hence, future interactive AI systems, in particular, cognitive systems on robots deployed in human settings, will have to meet human normative expectations, for otherwise these system risk causing harm  ...  Morality is a fundamentally human trait which permeates all levels of human society, from basic etiquette and normative expectations of social groups, to formalized legal principles upheld by societies  ...  Acknowledgments This work was in part funded by grants N00014-14-1-0144 and N00014-14-1-0149 from the US Office of Naval Research and grant IIS 1316809 from the US National Science Foundation. Notes  ... 
doi:10.1609/aimag.v38i4.2746 fatcat:z7fle5qcubd2tejhj6wc6rqwp4

Future Trends for Human-AI Collaboration: A Comprehensive Taxonomy of AI/AGI Using Multiple Intelligences and Learning Styles [article]

Andrzej Cichocki, Alexander P. Kuleshov
2020 arXiv   pre-print
Future AI systems will be able not only to communicate with human users and each other, but also to efficiently exchange knowledge and wisdom with abilities of cooperation, collaboration and even co-creating  ...  We describe various aspects of multiple human intelligences and learning styles, which may impact on a variety of AI problem domains.  ...  In other words, wisdom is the ability to put that knowledge to good use or the ability to determine which facts are relevant in certain situations.).  ... 
arXiv:2008.04793v4 fatcat:4l4wxa3bwnhlfbkfp2i63uwaou

NLP is Not enough – Contextualization of User Input in Chatbots [article]

Nathan Dolbir, Triyasha Dastidar, Kaushik Roy
2021 arXiv   pre-print
Thus, in this paper, we study the effects of combining knowledge and neural representations on chatbot safety, accuracy, and understanding.  ...  AI chatbots have made vast strides in technology improvement in recent years and are already operational in many industries.  ...  Therefore, deep learning in combination with symbolic AI processing would give users the best possible personalized experience with conversational AI.  ... 
arXiv:2105.06511v1 fatcat:prp7ez7gxrcihofa7u2fel4mb4

Human-Level Intelligence or Animal-Like Abilities? [article]

Adnan Darwiche
2017 arXiv   pre-print
The vision systems of the eagle and the snake outperform everything that we can make in the laboratory, but snakes and eagles cannot build an eyeglass or a telescope or a microscope. (Judea Pearl)  ...  Acknowledgements I benefited greatly from discussions and feedback that I received from colleagues who are too many to enumerate here, but whose input was critical to shaping the thoughts expressed in  ...  This perception has also caused some to question the wisdom of continuing to invest in other machine learning approaches, or even mainstream areas of artificial intelligence, such as knowledge representation  ... 
arXiv:1707.04327v1 fatcat:iija3ew2c5buxlopmzz5zhqpwa

Future Trends for Human-AI Collaboration: A Comprehensive Taxonomy of AI/AGI Using Multiple Intelligences and Learning Styles

Andrzej Cichocki, Alexander P. Kuleshov, Justin Dauwels
2021 Computational Intelligence and Neuroscience  
Future AI systems will be able not only to communicate with human users and each other but also to efficiently exchange knowledge and wisdom with abilities of cooperation, collaboration, and even cocreating  ...  We describe various aspects of multiple human intelligences and learning styles, which may affect a variety of AI problem domains.  ...  is best used to extract the appropriate information from data; in other words, wisdom is the ability to put that knowledge to good use or the ability to determine which facts are relevant in certain situations  ... 
doi:10.1155/2021/8893795 fatcat:lxhcfzfbm5belbjihogf2cclda
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