One of the best examples of post-World War II social guidance films, with examples of "good" and "bad" girls, proper and improper dating etiquette, courtesy to parents, and an analysis of what makes some people popular and others not. Ames); Shaya Nash (Ginny) and David Whitehouse (Boy at Lunch Table).A scream and a sobering document of postwar conformity. DRAMATIZES BEHAVIOR OF TWO TEEN-AGERS TO ILLUSTRATE CHARACTERISTICS OF PERSONALITY WHICH LEAD TO POPULARITY & SUCCESS IN DATING.Havens, executive director, IEEE Global Initiative on Ethics of Autonomous and Intelligent Systems "Her writing is very clear and accessible, and the interesting analogies she uses to illustrate what may occur when algorithms make decisions for us make for compelling reading.
With Marilyn Fisher (Caroline Ames); Marilyn Fisher's mother (Mrs.
When, for example, we speak with Alexa, we contribute that data to a system we can't see and have no input into--one largely free from regulation or oversight.
The big nine corporations--Amazon, Google, Facebook, Tencent, Baidu, Alibaba, Microsoft, IBM and Apple--are the new gods of AI and are short-changing our futures to reap immediate financial gain.
Now in its second decade, FTI advises Fortune 500 and Global 1000 companies, government agencies, large nonprofits, universities and startups around the world.
Amy also publishes the annual FTI Emerging Tech Trends Report, which has now garnered more than 6.2 million cumulative views worldwide."Rather than questioning the character of thinking machines, futurist Amy Webb turns a critical eye on the humans behind the computers.
She offers deep insights into how AI could reshape our economies and the current world order, and she details a plan to help humanity chart a better course."—Anja Manuel, Stanford University, cofounder and partner Rice Hadley Gates"The Big Nine is an important and intellectually crisp work that illuminates the promise and peril of AI.