Awakened Humanity Podcast

#2 How Google, Facebook & Co. aim Artificial Intelligence at the human mind

How do giant technology companies use the power of Artificial Intelligence? Do they use it in a responsible and transparent way? What influence could that have at the human mind and for democracy? And how can we as citizens use more of our power?

We will dive into these important questions while also taking a look  how former Google employees view these topics.

In order to change things we must firstly understand what is currently not working, we need to know what the challenges are and then call them by name.

Happy Listening!

Shownotes:

How an ex-YouTube insider investigated its secret algorithm

Center for Humane Technology

12 Replies to “How Google, Facebook & Co. aim Artificial Intelligence at the human mind”

  1. Thank you for this great podcast. I often was wondering how conspiracy theories become so popular again. You provide some possible answers with you podcast.
    Great power committs to great responsibility!

    1. Thank you for your feedback! So pleased you enjoyed it and that it has given you food for thought. Yes, that could lead to a situation where no one knows what is true anymore and which sources we can trust.

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