Our interactions with algorithmic systems lead us to develop relationships which extend beyond the digital realms. Inevitably, they have first and second order implications on our innate sense of agency, autonomy, and identity. Disentangling these implications leads us to question the existing legal and other frameworks that operate on the level of human-algorithmic interactions. This essay is a short summary of related reflections from attending and participating at the 2020 AAAI Spring and Fall Symposia tracks on Towards Responsible AI in Surveillance, Media, and Security through licensing and Conceptual Abstraction and Analogy in Natural and Artificial Intelligence. …

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Bobi Rakova

Social change through response-able systems that empower participation and inclusion. Ethics and Governance of AI. AI Safety Geek.

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