About the Episode
In this episode, Change Sciences Founder and author Pamela Pavliscak talks with Lawrence about the evolution of emotionally intelligent machines and their potential to radically impact society for the better. Emotionally intelligent machines are closely linked to the application of artificial intelligence to understanding human emotions, and in the show Pamela talks extensively about the co-evolution of machines with society. This is a fascinating episode and one you won’t want to miss.
About the Guest
As an author and entrepreneur, Pamela Pavliscak provides research-led advisory organisations as the founder of Change Sciences where she translates future vision into tangible everyday possibilities.
She specialises in emotionally intelligent design and emotion-sensing artificial intelligence. Her research has been featured on CBC’s Spark, Salon, and Quartz. Her book, Designing for Happiness, focuses on how to design a future that is both human-centered and humanity-driven.
She teaches at the Pratt Institute School of Information in NYC and has lectured at the Stanford d.School, ASU’s Center for Science and the Imagination, University of Washington, and Parsons. She serves on an international committee to develop IEEE standard 7000 for ethically aligned AI.
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