[Podcast] Truly Ethical AI Need Focus on Digital Labor (Dataring, 15 Apr. 2024)

What if, since the 17th century Mechanical Turk, an automaton that gave the impression of playing chess when in fact the device was hiding a human player, nothing has changed with generative artificial intelligence?

As calls for ethical codes for Artificial Intelligence multiply, in this Dataring podcast I question the fact that attention is focused solely on AI deployment, neglecting the production side, especially the invisible workers who are essential to its functioning. In this interview with French lawyer France Charruyer, I urge to consider the modes of production of automated systems to establish a truly ethical AI, highlighting the hidden work of the AI “little hands” behind the boom in generative artificial intelligence.