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Are We Living Inside an Ethical (and Kind) Machine?

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and the and the type of key to it so good morning I guess good
afternoon Republic rated great to be back I so I was here last year then last year when I talked about was really
the the rise of digital empires and particular that both companies and governments are using the Internet to consolidate power in ways that we really had never seen before
it and I talk about taking inspiration from the environmental movement and building a movement for the health of the internet something to balance those empires and that movement
really needs to be something not just about protesting although demanding what we want from government is a part of that it also needs to be about
actually coding building it and figuring out the future the digital future reward so I still all in in
that I did talk about 1 goal which we've been working on and and we have uh event upstairs laboratory here about making the health of the Internet just like
the health of the planet a mainstream social issue so you know mozilla and many many of you have still been working on that in last year what I wanna do this year is
get to some of the more specific issues if you need to build movement for the help the everyone stand up for an Internet reflects all of us 1 of the things we need to be talking about now and I pondered for a while and I thought maybe I'll talk about the rise of the
authoritarian governments and how they're playing into taking advantage of the Internet and eroding the Internet and decided not to talk about that said decide to talk
about that's at the party all connected all come back to the connection at the end but really where I wanna go now is something very specific but
also very huge which is these are Bluetooth teddy bears and unicorns um and
they're actually uh earlier this year came out that the technology behind them with very very easily hacked super insecure and millions of recordings of children talking to their parents and video cameras in those toys and millions of recordings of the parents of the children were easily accessible from Amazon but if you knew the right way to get access to them and I wanna talk about those not
just as a security story or story my teddy bears but really in the context of what we've talked about as the Internet of Things and what it
means for the health of the Internet and basically full for the structures of power and the structures of human interaction in our society then you know that you can use whatever term you want Internet of Things is the easy 1 to use it's been picked up by business and by the media the important point about it a wise words us all really beginning a dialog around this right now is that between now and you see a kind of going up the Internet of Things is any kind of connected devices will be at 50 billion devices in just 3 years and so that means you know all those 1 device 10 devices for every person on the planet not quite but almost that and that's just 3 years from now so we're talking about everything from teddy bears uh to our cars to appliances to our cities having an and sensors and cameras and microphones built into them we really are talking
about an error of completely pervasive computing a computer that spans the whole globe envelops all of us and you know on top of that there is 2 other 3 other trends
are connected into that which are also moving in a stream space extreme case that 1 is the emergence of widespread voice interfaces like Amazon Alexa there is br starting to become a reality in the thirties artificial intelligence and machine learning and which are becoming very very real much faster certainly than I expected as really it's just about a set of algorithms taking the big data the training data we all generate every single day as we use every single lap the so at this stage In the evalution of that if you like to me in in in a number of other people who I know here the audience I work with this is the moment to ask as we make the planet digital we totally envelop ourselves in the computing environment we've been building for the
last 100 years what kind of digital planet do we what because we are at a point where there is no turning back and getting the ethical decision values decisions decisions about democracy is not something we have talked about enough or nor in a way that has an impact and now with that New York growth of computing all around us if
you is essential that we have a conversation no and we're sticking with the environmental metaphor we really are at at a choice
point where we could build a forest a rich ecosystem something that supports life or you could end up very quickly with a
clear cut where there's not much of anywhere to live and not much around at all the so what I wanna do is just take
a 3 3 things some of these are hopeful
to me in the were building a healthy ecosystem of forest that we all can get involved in a peep you're people here are involved in and I wanna talk about the more negative scenario as well as some things we can do then S start 0 the piece of
science fiction I Robot from Isaac Asimov you not just because the world is about to be flooded with robots which it is um but because this is where as a monster 3 laws of robotics for show up in the laws themselves are not important what is important is that in this has enough posits as we rarely do right now we can consciously talk about the rules we want to operate with in relation to machines and now is a memory need to be having that conversation for real at a global scale in a way with real political power behind it that has influenced we have to be talking about the kind of world we want
and you know I have some hoping that when I look around at the Open Hardware movement and you know this is a set of people in a workshop that um
Mozilla's over-nicety studio was writing building something's without know in that they I grab up at a time
certainly surrounded by computers I think most people in the smartphone world we live in a time today were hardware the material of the Internet of Things seems immutable a comes from a factory and the but harbor removing really in the last 10 years of brothers and no it doesn't have to be that way the same principles We applied open source can be true of all of the computing around that's that's still seems crazy this is a hobbyist thing I am but people are doing fine and interesting things as well as learning and busy painting a different future in the building
a fingerprint scanner garage door opener that is not connected to Apple's cloud or Google Cloud or hours on call
clouds the chasing away repeated Crohn's with their own motion-detecting sport gun robot this is also not collect connected to the Amazon cloud or the Google Cloud for the apple cloud
that they're keeping themselves safe by building you know have a jacket that says which when training on my bicycle maybe a
little more frivolous possibly stupid they're building self-policing Nike's uh with our windows
and my favorite as looked around for things people are building with Arduino today a smartphone controlled by a pumpkin flamethrower everybody should have 1 and keeps the kids you know like the way how we so you know it these are real things people are doing and they they show some wins the some pragmatism but also that we got a spot where the hardware around this is something we could play with that unfortunately and there's all kinds of ways in which you give a whole is digging into that i think where we are now with open hardware still a stock of the place
that say the Homebrew Computer Club which is is a pixelated photo of uh it was in the seventies and of course you know that the apple computers come out of
that just is a bunch of people playing with technology and in some of the values of the hacker
ethic that are there in the early phases of of this work stay through even to today but certainly in early computing general-purpose computing something vise all of us to do what we want the computer which is
very different than many previous technologies but that also led to the
centralization of the consolidation of power to think that you know those people who build the apple 1 also are
building in some of the biggest power consolidation systems in the world it didn't go exactly as in the direction
and on the values we hope to just sit and think about I O T for a 2nd how do we get to the future we want at a
place that I take inspiration from and that
in the bottom missile bora bald in is a set of of things which is good home project here is 1 well people looking at design and efforts and the human outcomes we want as things that we can actually dig into and direct in terms of where we're going in the world of pervasive computing so the good home is
a series of had a roving um exhibits in a set of people who were working on the sorts of questions
as kinds of things that they do I think the user for the year off the the websites of the from the London or the Milan or both
exhibits they both did but um in adhesives simply by Michelle Thorne whose here to happen in a health clinic for Mozilla positing that
really uh at it we should have to take these manufactured devices from factories and inviting me all the
time but we should be take pieces of technology that we've them into things in our everyday lives and make them do a lot in when the going also pragmatic ways the very funny uh birdcage concept which was on
display of you know and an odd we know a a kind of uh um open hardware driven piece of art that she also tells me about air quality much like a canary in
a coal mine would and then you 1 of my favorites a privacy damage which is really a kind ecosystem of open hardware as well as beautiful objects and aimed at being able to configure how we what privacy to work in a home with our data in ways where they're presets on the smartphone as well
as then beautiful devices that are much more natural in the flow over a life where we express what we want our privacy to be at any particular moment and the values of
this good home project to me are what is exciting and also frankly when I think it really points the fact that this next error we engage a properly could be more shaped by Europe and other parts of the world and not by America which is very much where this is coming from looking at the open the humble uh being resilient being local being sustainable have been post capitalistic which is not being anti capitalistic understand an economy around this but it should be a human economy end the idea that we explore
with this to me is another level at beyond the Homebrew Computer Club beyond just working with open hardware saying we can design the future is a critical moment and if we denote it's going to go another way and I'll get to that in a 2nd and the good news also added you're out is that you have other
people doing the same thing the coyote design manifest as a similar set of values similar was the proposition although of target a little bit more at developers and all
of those things really go back to that same idea of the 3 laws of robotics we can make a bargain and make a plan and set rules have values that say where we wanna go with the society so you know if
we put ourselves in right direction
we can have a reach rich ecosystem we can have a forest or we can decide to
cut it down and I worry that very
quickly that is where we're headed is in to the clear cut of the Digital planet and all of us at up just take a moment that another piece of science fiction this quickly and this is filtered into you Becky prime my favorite science fiction author and I don't put this year uh you for the obvious reason but the obvious reason is it this weird force called you big shows up in the 1st chapter of every chapter in the book as a different product much like the Internet and power and Google do always show up as a different path a product but are really 1 thing the reason I wanna bring this is much more about the banality and you don't need to read the screen or a reader for you that's a great passage in the book where the door refused open and it says 5 cents please and then the main character searches his pockets as equally dissipated tomorrow uh at the door is still locked is what I paid users the door is the nature of a gratuity I don't have to pay you and the door says your speaking says I think otherwise look at the purchase contract you signed about this apartment he found the contractor sure enough payment for his door opening is studying come to that this constituted a mandatory see not attempt this kind of funny and now but that's 50 years ago and frankly it is the world that we are making and designing so just
some funny but also worrisome examples this is at peace you highlighted 1 boy uh our protocol it's Austin name only that could you find products name so well on the program Silicon Valley um but this is juicer
that won't work unless you buy their packages of killed user carriages whatever and if they're older the 6 days old based on the Barco they won't even let you use the packages they sold very much like
the door but now funny if you buy you probably stupid and stories anybody here a just and but you know it is at at the kind of thing that is happening and then of course the story about the teddy bears and a similar story uh
about the but the sex toys where lecture class action suit for the amount of personal data they collect on use of the sex toy was in there since offered to pay people who did disclose their data and stop collecting that data all point to note that in this world of the internet things that all of the data collection all of the AI around it is really getting into the most intimate parts of our lives we should have a say we should be thinking
about we should be talking about how we want that to work and not just accepting that it works in a certain way and is too complex at costs as we look
at this growth of of computing devices the Internet of Things there is even more than that to talk about than just you know how it kind of comes into our intimate lives if you remember from
last year this botnet name or uh you know which is the news many times since it took over a bunch of In
a things devices be which because they tend to be sort of off to the side of our relies in our computers that we update our phones we update so frequently are easy targets for these botnets the can then use be used for denial-of-service attacks and the MRI bond that took down in Twitter and dozens of other size by a Dutch denial-of-service attack at a scale has been rarely seen and you that piece about that is we are just at the tip of the iceberg of the security threats not just what that so we're creating by creating it up pervasive computing environment where there are no regulations no requirements around security and Bruce Schneier user at MIT talks about a number of other people do as well that kind of privacy pollution as being like an environmental externalities the people who produces devices often far from the places where the damage happens and no incentive in intimacies don't give a damn whether they're creating something that can create tremendous economic it's as social havoc and we actually have to be serious about that we're dramatically accelerating a threat to ourselves because we were found computers around the centralizer economy and thought nothing of how the vulnerability can take a 7 caps and damage us in real ways
and then of course you know the the other and
obvious piece which is you rarely talked about starting a talk about more about talked about enough really is that as we get to a i and connected devices together with the job situation will totally change here we talk about 40 50 % unemployment in industrialized societies of post-industrial societies as being a real thing in the next 10 20 30 years and that is very much tied to that spike of the internet of things it's not just about getting connected toaster and
so you know whether that is scuba which is controversial for many of the other reasons being on the forefront of the it's drivers
will all be fired at some point uh or many other kinds of automation and the connected device AI world will fundamentally change the fabric work in our economy soon we're not talking about it enough and then you know that the
more obvious 1 but you can ignore because it is so pervasive is the listening machine that we're building all around us and this last couple weeks I guess last week even at amazon Alexa went to another level they release the echo look which you can see here that which is the incredibly helpful camera and microphone you can put in your bedroom so it can give you fashion advice and sell you close the you runners started to close the magic and the a I can help you with that the course really what we're doing is putting microphones and cameras all around us in ways that or never could as mentioned and the we're buying out of delight and excitement in our own money and of course it's
not just the companies who are watching that those it's eyes are easy targets for state actors or non-state actors you have malicious intent so we are building a panopticon
never imaginable out of the consumer devices that we all so desire and it is growing by leaps and bounds in its scale and inter connectivity and so that's really the thing to see it in as a kind close but also maybe look at action is the scale of this really I don't think any of us even when we're talking there have imagens and if we bring
the wrong values into wrapping computers all around us we have many many things that can go wrong
and certainly you can imagine a digital world which is dull world at this point it is very much like a clear cut and I worry that that's where we're headed so the
question especially a phase like Republic of for people who are politicized about these things is what a stewardship look like sort of stick
with the environmental metaphor when look like in this world for us is to or the values that came with the internet or that we bring as people who want human society to be good and kind and ethical and inclusive and
multicultural and global what kind of digital fired we what is the thing we need to ask in a very serious way not just as cocktail-party conversation as that growth and so I do think
the force is possible the clear-cut is
about uh avoidable we can create a responsible responsible ethical and human digital planet we have to take it seriously as a mainstream political issue as a mainstream thing to rebuild right now and these
3 things as we try to grow them movement that I think we all need to be doing more of putting more money behind
and they're very much on the kind of in the tradition
of environmental stewardship and
build on the last 10 20 30 40 50 years of hackers and digital making as a form of stewardship just standing in the streets alone will not get us responsible ethical human visual planet we want so when we needed to certainly
1 thing is build it just build it now and that's hard at this is Cassius meaning was open source connected home in training in in Italy uh started by Bruce Sterling that science fiction author and others and why I use it as example of building it is we can and must build an ethical responsible digital world that reflects our values in a way that reflects design and is real and that we use every day just motion-control racoon's work and will not change things we need to see how actually
make oversaw secure human-controlled people controlled not centralize not monopolized digitalized possible I mean you can also just check out and I live in a forest but even that forest is completely connected into this world more more so we have to in a series with evolves design and technology and politics look at building real world the reflects the kind of values I talked about earlier in the good home at peace we need to organize but not
necessarily just in the street in ways that traditional movements have and why I put this up here those American example um is the Consumer Reports and there are in a similar organisations around the world Consumers Union's has really started at privacy is the main consumer issue in the next decade to to organize around things is done and what that symbol is there on the side is start to build a privacy testing standard knowing that it is going to need to engage a network of other organizations and citizens to privacy test the scalar products that we have in front of us it's like point 2 companies the need to improve the privacy and security standards because they can get you know in the history of testing washing machines and cars they could do it all themselves they can't do that themselves so we need to think ways to organized collectively as people
as citizens as consumers the really tackle and whole companies and governments to account and also uh bring our own solutions are known teaching our own ways of doing things
into a movement of a scale that is as big or bigger than the environmental movement ever was the and then the last
thing I would say is we do need you imagine we need to imagine a world where these kinds of values about resilience sustainability human-centered design human-centered life with people and not machines or control the we need to imagine that in a real way it can't just be a like conversations and what I like about this
model project Cassius meaning that many things like that which again Europe has an edge on it is people getting involved in trying to build with those values as well as how conversations on those values and it cannot be underestimated if we do not do that now we don't treat that as the most urgent or 1 of the most urgent political acts we can do to engage in what those values should be to build organize around them we are going to be 5 you probably already 5 but were certainly fact we don't do that and
that brings me to the end which is this does actually connect to the rise of authoritarian governments whether that is you here in Europe the Middle East Russia in the US and you know that the world in all of us have been talking about this a lot right now the world that we live in a that that I live and I value is that a global world that is connected where we can move
freely by alarm where ideas and money can move freely by a large where we really actually you multiculturalism as a part of what is that the essential fabric of a global rule cause you can't have a global society without it the the things that I can't take for granted as values if you go back and and read John Perry Barlow's Declaration of Independence of Cyberspace he talks about those things as being values for the digital world were building I take those for granted as a part of the politics of the Internet and we also have built a global economy on the internet that has you take we can split hairs and fight each other that has a lot of those values built in which if you compare to the rest of history the on the last 50 80 years are not the values of the new by large the humanities we have lived in divided societies we have lived a world divided by nations we have lived in a world of war although we still do and the politics around us is taking us back to the so it really when we think about the politics of the
internet which are actually very much as we've seen in recent
elections interwoven into what is happening the politics of the state there is no more urgent time than ever if we want a society that is inclusive the global that is multicultural and where we shape the future to also get involved in the politics of the Internet and bring mainstream bring into the mainstream the idea that we
need a healthy in we control the stakes have never been higher and this is the kind of group needs to get involved and really grow something big thank you very much few of and
if you want we have this very some in a health clinic where these people did celebrate bring now in
the white science goats and are going up in the laboratory over there talking a lot about these issues inviting you to get involved in
the network with those forming on these issues getting your feedback so please I do some 9 o'clock tonight I think so head up the laboratory sometime today why you're here are probably and there's some papers there you can link to get of all the over-nicety studio and have a great Republican thanks very much at
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Titel Are We Living Inside an Ethical (and Kind) Machine?
Serientitel re:publica 2017
Autor Surman, Mark
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DOI 10.5446/33018
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Erscheinungsjahr 2017
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Abstract Today, we live online. The Internet informs how we work, play, learn & flirt. But living online doesn’t mean sitting in front of a screen. The Internet of Things allows the web to permeate our clothes, homes & healthcare. We now live inside a machine. So how do we ensure this machine is ethical & kind? Too often, its inputs are profit & power. Important traits, like compassion & ethics, are absent. There are two paths forward. Living inside a machine that values inclusion & equality—or living inside a machine defined by surveillance, harassment & exclusion.

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