Associate Professor, Ancient Greek and Byzantine Philosophy at the Ecclesiastical Academy of Athens, majoring in the field of Counseling Philosophy and the Philosophy of Self-Knowledge and Personal Development.
Title of Paper:
Artificial Intelligence and Life Coaching
Subdisciplinary Area: Machine Ethics and Philosophical Life Coaching
Keywords: Intelligence, soul, Ethical codes, ethical problems, Human Rights.
Abstract: The first therapist simulation in artificial intelligence has been attempted since 1966. Since then, numerous artificial intelligence applications have transformed the field of psychological and philosophical life coaching, claiming the role of the personal coach. However, the framework, the ethical codes and the guidelines that should apply to the use of these tools, are not yet clear. This presentation outlines the contemporary relevant issues that have been emerged on this topic.