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John C. Havens is Executive Director of the IEEE Global Initiative on Ethics of Autonomous and Intelligent Systems. He is also executive director of the Council on Extended Intelligence (CXI). He previously served as an EVP at a top-ten global PR firm, where he counseled clients like Gillette, HP, and Merck on emerging and social media issues. John has authored the books Heartificial Intelligence and Hacking Happiness and has been a contributing writer for Mashable, The Guardian, and The Huffington Post. He has been quoted on issues relating to technology, business, and well being by USA Today, Fast Company, BBC News, Mashable, The Guardian, The Huffington Post, Forbes, INC, PR Week, and Advertising Age.
John was also a professional actor in New York City for over 15 years, appearing in principal roles on Broadway, television, and film.
ArXiv Monitor is a full paper search engine tool with the goal to automatically and continuously track technical metrics from papers published on arXiv. AI Progress monitor is intended to provides a high-level overview of AI progress across task, dataset, category, technical metrics and other relevant categories.
The Global AI Vibrancy Tool compares countries’ global activities, including both a cross-country perspective as well as an intra-country drill down. It is tempting to provide a single ranking of countries, but such rankings are notoriously tricky. Projecting complex, heterogeneous measures down to a single number (or even a small set of numbers) is fraught with methodological subtleties, and can be highly subjective or skewed. For now, we thought it more responsible and useful to provide a tool for the reader to set the parameters and obtain the perspective they find most relevant.