Tag: AI Ethics

Why AI ethics should be top of mind for business leaders

via The CEO Magazine, by Andrew Cannington Why AI ethics should be top of mind for business leaders There is no one-size-fits-all ‘ethical’ AI solution, but organisations can start by looking at industry best practices and standards.   As artificial intelligence continues to shape societies and change economies around the world, business leaders need to…

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Organizations must address ethics in AI to gain public’s trust and loyalty- Capgemini Research Institute

The ethical use of AI is becoming fundamental to winning people’s trust, a new study from the Capgemini Research Institute has found. As organizations progress to harness the benefits of AI, consumers, employees and citizens are watching closely and are ready to reward or punish behavior. Those surveyed said that they would be more loyal to, purchase more from, or be an advocate for organizations whose AI interactions are deemed ethical.

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Building Trust In Artificial Intelligence- Journal of International Affairs

via Building Trust In Artificial Intelligence by Francesca Rossi What is Artificial Intelligence? Artificial Intelligence (AI) is a scientific discipline aimed at building machines that can perform many tasks that require human intelligence. AI started more than 60 years ago, and includes two main areas of research. One is based on rules, logic, and symbols;…

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Here’s Why 2019 Will Bring Debates About Ethics of Artificial Intelligence- SmartData Collective

via Here’s Why 2019 Will Bring Debates About Ethics of Artificial Intelligence Theories about the ethics of artificial intelligence (AI) are complicated and ever-evolving. As AI expands in 2019, questions will be raised. by Andrej Kovacevic The tech industry is racing towards an AI-laden future at a breakneck pace in a manner quite reminiscent of…

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Don’t be AI-vil: Google says its algorithms will do no harm- MIT, Intelligent Machines

via Don’t be AI-vil: Google says its algorithms will do no harm Google has created a set of principles for its artificial-intelligence researchers to live by—and they prohibit weapons technology. by Will Knight Google has created an artificial-intelligence code of ethics that prohibits the development of autonomous weapons. But the principles leave sufficient wiggle room…

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EU’S Ethics Guidelines for Trustworthy AI- The High-Level Expert Group on Artificial Intelligence

Artificial Intelligence (AI) is one of the most transformative forces of our time, and is bound to alter the fabric of society. This working document constitutes a draft of the AI Ethics Guidelines produced by the European Commission’s High-Level Expert Group on Artificial Intelligence (AI), of which a final version is due in March 2019….

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The future of robot ethics- London Futurists

The future of robot ethics via London Futurists   What will it mean for robots with AI (artificial intelligence) to become conscious, have emotions, and gain social responsibilities? Will they become moral subjects, with ethical obligations and rights? In this presentation, Dr Joanna Bryson, Reader in the Department of Computer Science at the University of Bath, reviewed…

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AI & Ethics: ‘Critical Concerns’ highlighted in Commission report- EURACTIV

via euractiv.com AI & Ethics: ‘Critical Concerns’ highlighted in Commission report By Samuel Stolton The European Commission’s high-level group on Artificial Intelligence (AI) published their highly anticipated report on artificial intelligence and ethics on Tuesday (18 December), drawing attention to issues related to areas such as identification, citizen scoring, and killer robots. The report sets…

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Every Leader’s Guide to the Ethics of AI

via  sloanreview.mit.edu Every Leader’s Guide to the Ethics of AI Until regulations catch up, AI-oriented companies must establish their own ethical frameworks. by Thomas H. Davenport and Vivek Katyal As artificial intelligence-enabled products and services enter our everyday consumer and business lives, there’s a big gap between how AI can be used and how it…

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