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Questions tagged [ethics]

For questions on ethical issues related to AI. Questions may be concrete, such as ethical/unethical applications, or metaphysical, such as "will automata develop their own ethics?"

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How can an Artificial Intelligence system be ethically trained to generate art?

There have been a lot of popular AI-generating image systems put out recently, with such systems as Midjourney and Dall-E catching attention with how well put-together many of the automatically ...
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How can it be shown clearly and transparently that the outcomes of data-driven health and care technology are validated?

The National Health Service (NHS) wrote down several principles in a document Code of conduct for data-driven health and care technology (updated 18 July 2019). I am concerned with principle 7. Show ...
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Studies on interest in results from ML purely due to use of ML

There is often interest in the results of machine learning algorithms, specifically because they came from machine learning algorithms -- as opposed to interest in the results in and of itself. It ...
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Which AI conference presentation on predicting terrorist movement inside buildings caused protest in the audience and media?

I remember reading an online news article a while ago on AI ethics that described a conference presentation on the subject of a military AI system that predicted terrorist movement inside buildings ...
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Are the existential dangers of AI exaggerated?

I understand some of the inherent dangers involved with AGI and advanced machine learning. While I can see some of the more low-level risks associated with AI coming to fruition (deep-fakes, biased ...
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Should we define and name the form of interaction and connection between artificial intelligence and humans? Do we need a specific term for it?

The question of whether the form of interaction and connection between AI and humans should be defined and named, and the need for a specific term for it, arises from the growing role of AI in our ...
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is Law Zero of AI ethic actually a thing?

i was discussing ethic with chatGPT and I asked "can the law 0 solve this dilemma ?", expecting an answer related to Asimov law of robotic. But I got this instead : "Law 0" is not ...
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Would empathy in AI be a reliable tool/capacity, or contribute to a solution to avoid harm done to humans or to other versions of AI?

TL;DR Would providing AI the capability of experiencing something as close as possible to the subjective human experience and from that acquiring empathy in the process be a solution, or contribute to ...
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