This is a linkpost for https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s43681-022-00187-z
Hi! I am Tse Yip Fai. This is a linkpost to my first published paper (second author). Since the paper is open access, I won't be doing any copy-and-paste here.
This is a seminal paper resulting from an one year research period. We hope that this paper can break the ground and raise awareness in the field of AI ethics so that they start caring about impact on animals. This, I believe, is not just relevant to the AI ethics field, but also to the AI alignment field.
If you prefer videos, here's a talk by Professor Singer and myself on the same topic.
I'm very glad to see a paper on this topic. This paper is precisely what the field of AI Ethics has been missing!
Congratulations on the first publication, Fai!
A few highlights from the paper:
Thank you for the great words! And thank you for taking the time to read. I am glad that you enjoyed it.
Thank you for writing this post, and sharing your resources Fai! Very interesting read. As an aside to your note #25 on examples of the start-up or incubators for factory farm AI, I've also come across Innovent Technology (pigs), and CattleEye (dairy cows). They have received funding from VC and/or Government to develop their technologies.
Do let me know if you'd like some input for your projects - I might be of use!
Thank you for the comment and the information! It's really useful. Let's chat in private.