Posts Tagged ‘Quantitative Ethics’

Two pillars to govern ethical AI
Two pillars to govern ethical AI

Two pillars to govern ethical AI

Article 4 of the Series on Ethics in Artificial Intelligence In the previous articles, I talked about the nature of human fears related to AI and discussed the potential impact of AI on the society. In this article I’m presenting a point of view on the approaches to AI regulation. They have been previously shared […]

The fears of the AI era. Where Ethics is Needed?

The fears of the AI era. Where Ethics is Needed?

This is Article 2 of the Series on Ethics in Artificial Intelligence. In this article our goal is to briefly cover areas in which AI has achieved amazing progress, discuss the nature of human fears in relation to the changes brought by artificial intelligence and prepare the foundation for deeper discussions by breaking down the […]

Artificial Intelligence and the Era of Quantitative Ethics

Artificial Intelligence and the Era of Quantitative Ethics

“AI for good”, — the expression is used frequently and almost no industry meeting nowadays will finish before someone mentions the words “ethics” and “AI” together. The importance of ethics in the development and functioning of the solutions backed by artificial intelligence should not be underestimated. More and more governments, communities, companies, entrepreneurs, scientists and […]