Look at me I’m on a Panel
Last week, I was sick as a dog and downright loopy.
What a perfect time to be invited to an APA Panel on AI ethics!
Fortunately, I managed to set up my camera right in front of my heater, and I ended up having a lot of fun discussing the future of philosophy with Will Fleisher, Justin Weinberg, and our moderator Sahar Joakim.
We discussed a ton of great stuff, but here are some highlights:
Should we use ChatGPT in our teaching? If so, how?
What about introducing this technology into our professional writing, e.g. for philosophy journals? (Shout-out to Rich Eva, Nick Hadsell, and Kyle Huitt @34min!)
What does it mean to make progress in philosophy? (And how much can AI help with that in the long run?)
As AI continues to improve, what does our future as human philosophers look like?
You can access the full recording HERE.
So how’d I do?
I cringe so hard watching myself in the best of times, so you can keep it real and let me know what you think! (I didn’t realize we were supposed to introduce ourselves for five minutes so you can enjoy watching me stumble through.)
EDIT: I’ve been told that link isn’t accessible unless you’re a paying member of the American Philosophical Association. Figures! We paywall everything in academic philosophy.