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The coexistence of artificial and natural intelligence. Interview with Joanna Bryson
Making sure that things are distributed well is part of what government is all about. Good regulation is about supporting the sustainable growth of corporations and giving them ways to innovate and try things and still be able to move forward.
This prediction of whether someone will go back to jail and there’s this famous program that that was more likely to predict African Americans would go back to jail and less likely to predict that European Americans would go back to jail, less so than they actually would.
So what we really want from our governments is to enforce us, like they would with any other organization, to realize it isn’t magic, to not worry too much about the stunting, and to sort of be the saltwater that flushes and keeps the system clean. When I talk to companies, I say, look, you know, you don’t want to have a race to the bottom, but you also know that sometimes somebody in your ecosystem is cheating.
So that you can show you were doing the right thing, that you wrote the codes for the right reason, that you tested it in an inappropriate way, that you secured it, you used cybersecurity or made sure nobody else has hacked it.
All we need is for government to be able to hire enough people that know how to read those kinds of records, that know something about computer science, and for companies to be encouraged to do that and to understand that doesn’t mean you have to go open source.
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A town of Greenfield man will spend a month in jail for each year of Maria Gartner’s life, which was cut short in 2017 after he struck her vehicle head-on while driving more than 90 mph in La Crosse County.
Sanders, 34, pleaded guilty Friday to homicide by negligent operation of a motor vehicle in La Crosse County Circuit Court and was sentenced to 26 months of incarceration in prison and an additional 60 months on extended supervision by Judge Ramona Gonzalez.
“In that 60 months and for the rest of your life, Mr. Sanders, you will remember that this young woman was not able to live anything more than those 26 years.” Sanders admitted in court Friday that his negligence early July 25, 2017, killed Gartner, a certified nursing assistant who was on her way to work.
Gartner’s family and friends called for the maximum sentence of 10 years, arguing that Sanders’ selfish, reckless decision cost a smart, compassionate and funny young woman the chance to pursue her nursing career, marry the love of her life and have children of her own.
“I weep every day for her.” Cindy Gartner called for a stiff sentence, saying, “Maria was given a death sentence, and we were all given a life sentence.” Friends and family recounted the times they shared laughs and Red Vines with Gartner, as well as Easter baskets, Mother’s Day cards and nursing classes.
- On Tuesday, April 7, 2020
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