Artificial Intelligence: Your Thoughts and Concerns
APS members weigh in on the biggest opportunities and/or ethical challenges involving AI within the field of psychological science. Will we witness vast and constructive cross-fertilization—or “a dystopian cyberpunk corporation-led hellscape”?
Careers Up Close: Moira R. Dillon on Infants and Children, Humanlike AI, and Commonsense Psychology
Moira Dillon, an assistant professor at New York University, discusses her research into how infants’ intelligence can contribute to the future of developing humanlike artificial intelligence.
A Very Human Answer to One of AI’s Deepest Dilemmas
Imagine that we designed a fully intelligent, autonomous robot that acted on the world to accomplish its goals. How could we make sure that it would want the same things we do? Alison Gopnik explores. Read or listen!
How Machine Learning Is Transforming Psychological Science
Artificial intelligence and machine learning are providing insights that will soon transcend scientists’ observational capabilities, potentially leading to revolutionary advances in understanding human psychology.
The January/February Observer: Artificial Intelligence in Psychological Science
Developments in AI and machine learning herald unprecedented leaps in many applications, including human psychology itself. Algorithmic bias is just one issue of concern.
Back Page: Dumb (but Useful) AI, Smart Teams, and the Promise of Predictive Analytics
Steven W. J. Kozlowski discusses his research at the Advanced Research on Complex Adaptive Systems project and how computational modeling can help explain what we observe in the real world.