'AI's main threat is not that it will do anything to us, but that we'll use it to predict and manipulate our behaviours'
Joanna Bryson is a professor at Hertie School in Berlin specialising in artificial intelligence, ethics and collabritive cognition. Her research focusses on the impact of technology on human cooperation and AI governance. Her work appears in a number of venues from online forums such as Reddit to academic journals and publications.
Currently, she advises NGOs, governments and transnational agnecies. Her work includes Is There an AI Cold War? and Robots Should Be Slaves. She has delivered numerous talks and lectures that are available to watch online.