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Susan Leigh Anderson

Professor Emerita / University of Connecticut / Machine Ethics

Title of Paper (collaborative work by Professor Susan Anderson and Professor Michael Anderson): 
AI and Ethics  

Subdisciplinary Area: Philosophy 

Keywords: Ethics, AI 

Abstract: We need to ensure that AI developed entities are used and/or behave ethically. We consider six general approaches to doing so and argue that our approach -- that takes input from ethicists to determine the building blocks of ethics and discovers an ethical decision procedure to guide the behavior of a machine that functions in a particular domain – is best. Further, it has the added benefits of advancing the field of ethics, giving us a more impartial perspective of ethical behavior, and perhaps even leading to improvements in our own behavior.

Susan Leigh Anderson

Me And AI Applied philosophy research lab Hellenic Republic
The first interdisciplinary conference on Artificial and Augmented Intelligence, organized by the Applied Philosophy Research Laboratory of the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens, with the joint effort of the Hellenic Artificial Intelligence Society. The objective of the conference is to highlight issues related to the Ethical, Legal, Political, Social and Financial aspects of the implementation of cutting-edge intelligence technologies in everyday life.
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