Let me recommend http://catless.ncl.ac.uk/Risks/ The Forum on Risks to the Public in Computers and Related Systems, ACM Committee on Computers and Public Policy, Peter G. Neumann, moderator. I've been following it since 1995. It is not really a forum like PF, but rather a newsletter. It is about 50% aggregation of news headlines you may already have seen, and 50% stories of delightful and eye opening mishaps. Here's a sample from a recent issue: I can't help to notice that since 1995, the risks haven't changed. The details do change of course, but not the underlying types of errors. I could pull a 1995 issue, change some of the names and details and republish it in 2018, fooling nearly everybody. In fact, it is difficult and rare to commit a truly original kind of mistake. Neumann's award winning 1995 book, Computer Related Risks makes that clear. That suggests to me that we could apply technology to reduce repetition of the same mistakes over and over. On the other hand, it seems that technology could be blamed as the cause of many of our problems. What do you think? "Are we doomed to repeat the same mistakes again and again for eternity, or can technology help us to reduce (not eliminate) their occurrence?" Of course, technology has the potential to go either way or both ways. I am asking for your opinion on the net outcome. The same question could be rephrased as: "Do you think future changes in technology will produce net gains or net injury to human welfare?" Please note that I am deliberately using the word technology to avoid the more narrow term AI.