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Whose ethics should be programmed into the robots of tomorrow?

Whose ethics should be programmed into the robots of tomorrow?

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Robot Ethics: Key Takeaways

  • Whether it's driverless cars to personal robots, AI will have to make decisions that could significantly affect our lives. 
  • One way to instill ethics in AI is to have everyone vote on what robots should do in particular situations. Bu...

Human Bias In Choices: The Moral Machine Experiment

  • An international team of philosophers, scientists, and data analysts held The Moral Machine Experiment.
  • 40 million responses across 233 countries and territories about what people would do in this or that moral situation.
  •  The problems were modifications to t...

The Democratization of Values for Ethical AI

In many cases, our intentions and actions are jarringly different; the millions of dollars wasted on unused gym memberships and the scattered ground of broken marriages are testament to that. In other situations, we simply don’t know what we would do.

Also, it’s not clear that values and e...

  • Moral thought experiments serve to perturb the initial conditions of a moral situation until one's intuitions vary.
  • This can be philosophically useful insofar as we may be able to analyze which salient feature of the dilemma caused that variance.
  • Thought experiments are evide...

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