How we can make “good” artificial intelligence, and how can we use AI ethically? Would a set of principles really work? Delve into AI ethics.
«The field of AI ethics is generally broken into two areas: one concerning the ethics guiding humans who develop AIs, and the other machine ethics, guiding the moral behaviour of the AIs or robots themselves. However, the two areas are not so easily separated.»
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