Dr Nesibe Kantar – Professor Terrell Ward Bynum | Which Ethical Values Should Be Instilled into Artificial Intelligence?

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Technological and scientific advancements have always come with ethical and social consequences. This remains true today, as artificial intelligence is rapidly and radically changing the way we think about the world. Seven decades ago, while creating the field of cybernetics, scientist-philosopher Norbert Wiener first asked: Which ethical values and principles should be instilled into machines that learn and make decisions? Read More

Original Article Reference

Summary of the papers: ‘Global ethics for the digital age — flourishing ethics’, doi.org/10.1108/JICES-01-2021-0016; and ‘Flourishing Ethics and identifying ethical values to instill into artificially intelligent agents’ doi.org/10.1111/meta.12583


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