Recently I attended an on-line seminar on “Ethics and Artificial Intelligence (AI)” by Roberto Zicari (Prof. of DBIS) – Goethe University Frankfurt) on the need of an Ethical AI Due Diligence. http://cognitive-science.info/community/weekly-update/?utm_source=ALL+Active+ISSIP+Users&utm_campaign=020be710c1-EMAIL_CAMPAIGN_2018_06_06_06_14_COPY_01&utm_medium=email&utm_term=0_1b14cc9881-020be710c1-91822821 It was an interesting seminar that addressed the issues relevant to measurement and management of ethics in the development and use of AI … Continue reading Ethics and AI
In a recent HBR article why-companies-and-universities-should-forge-long-term-collaborations Kenneth R. Lutchen outlines some of the common needs observed to forge such relationships. We have summarized in the table below these requirements and how they are linked to the System Thinking and Transformational Skills articulated by the STIMS Institute. Additional figures and links below provide supplementary information / details https://stimsinstitute.com/2018/01/24/stims-strategy-for-life-long-learning-for-intrepreneurship/ … Continue reading Industry/University Collaboration: Need for Transformational Skills
STIMS Institute offered a workshop on Jan. 19, 2018 in the Bay Area, CA. Sponsored by SME Silicon Valley Chapter, this workshop was hosted by De Anza College, Cupertino, CA. Thanks to Lisa Gregorson – SME SV and Mike Appio – Dept. Head, Mfg. education at De Anaza college for their help, support and collaboration. … Continue reading Strategic Thinking and Career Development
We were invited to present a Key Note lecture on August 5, 2017 at the Chinese Conference on Abrasives Technology at Harbin Institute of Technology, Harbin, China. Inserted below are main points, some images and a link to the full presentation. Key Note lecture final Acknowledgements Thanks to Prof. Zhang at HIT, to the organizers … Continue reading Developing a frame work for Effective Collaboration between Academic Research and Industrial Outcome.
In a recent opinion article in Washington Post article titled “Picking on robots won’t deal with job destruction“, Mr. Larry Summers argues against the tax on robots proposed by Mr. Bill Gates as a away to counter the effect of Robots on unemployment and declining wages. There is half truth in these opinions of both … Continue reading Reflecting on the views of Larry Summers, Bill Gates and Basic Living Income.