Over the past year, we’ve been exploring the idea of making sure AI in consumer technology enriches — rather than harms — humanity. We call this ‘trustworthy AI’. This blog post provides an update.
More Update: Digging Deeper on ‘Trustworthy AI’
Science fiction depictions of artificial intelligence — like the terminator — inform our societal perceptions. In turn, we usually perceive AI in one of two ways: an existential threat, or a panacea.
More Consider this: AI and Internet Health
In my last post, I shared some early thoughts on how Mozilla is thinking about AI as part of our overall internet health agenda. I noted in that post that we’re leaning towards consumer tech as the focus and backdrop for whatever goals we take on in AI. In our draft issue brief we say:
More Why AI + consumer tech?
As I wrote a few weeks back, Mozilla is increasingly coming to the conclusion that making sure AI serves humanity rather than harms it is a key internet health issue. Our internet health movement building efforts will be focused in this area in the coming years.
More Getting crisper about ‘better AI’
A year ago, Mozilla Foundation started a search for a VP, Leadership Programs. The upshot of the job: work with people from around the world to build a movement to ensure our digital world stays open, healthy and humane. Over a year later, we’re in the second round of this search — finding the person to drive this work isn’t easy. However, we’re getting closer, so it’s time for an update. More VP search update — and Europe
Last year the Mozilla team asked itself: what concrete improvements to the health of the internet do we want to tackle over the next 3–5 years? More Mozilla, AI and internet health:
As I sit here quietly in the dawn of 2019, I feel deep gratitude for the year that has just passed — and tremendous hope for the year ahead. My hope is for a year where I raise my sights, to notice things more and see what can blossom from seeds I have sown over the past few years. More Raising my sights in 2019
Mozilla has always had a clear mission: make sure the internet remains a global public resource, open and accessible to all. While this mission has stayed constant in the 20 years since Mozilla.org launched, the ways we have pursued this mission continue to evolve. More Looking back, and moving forward: Mozilla and internet health
Innovative disruption takes time. It was more than 25 years from the time the first email message was sent to when email entered the mainstream of business and personal life in the 1990s. More An update on Badges and Backpack
This June, Mozilla is graduating a big cohort of fellows — activists, coders and researchers who have spent the last 10 months working on issues like net neutrality and online privacy. More Fellowships, graduations and growing the movement