This course will pursue a cross-disciplinary investigation of the development and deployment of the opaque complex adaptive systems that are increasingly in public and private use. We will explore the proliferation of algorithmic decisionmaking, autonomous systems, and machine learning and explanation; the search for balance between regulation and innovation; and the effects of AI on the dissemination of information, along with questions related to individual rights, discrimination, and architectures of control.
The course will meet at MIT and will entail a diverse array of learning and teaching methods, and students will be expected to participate in a variety of activities that will involve interaction with Berkman Klein Center and Media Lab fellows. Please visit http://brk.mn/AI2018 to access the application and read more about the course.
Permission of the instructor required. Application due by November 6. Also offered by the Law School as 2728 and the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences as COMPSCI 90nbr. The course will commence with intensive weekend sessions on February 2nd, 3rd, and 4th, 2018. Classes will meet on Tuesdays from February 6th to April 10th, 5 pm to 8 pm at MIT.