“It’s a kind of taster: a very short, compact survey, academic but very accessible…This book is by a philosopher. It’s very clear, and he knows what he’s talking about. He sets out a map of the problems. It covers issues like the problem of superintelligence…Another one is privacy and surveillance. Another one is the problem of unexplainable decisions and black box algorithms, where we don’t exactly know how they work and what precisely they are inferring and with what data. The book covers challenges for policymakers, including the challenges posed by changes to the climate.” Read more...
The best books on Digital Ethics