I don’t think any of us is ever fully autonomous. I think this is an ideal that is never realised in the real world.
This is the 12th article in the weekly series of Expert’s Opinion, where we talk to academics who study AI or other emerging technologies and their impact on society and the world.
Why Don’t AI Coders Study AI Ethics? We hear about the societal affects of AI, brought about by willful ignorance of ‘techies’ or ‘tech bros’. So I thought about, what keeps AI coders so distant from the ethics field?
The 12-Step Guide To Design Ethical AI Frameworks. Developing ethical AI has been a severe concern since the advent of this technology
In a perfect world, AI should be developed to avoid unethical issues, but that may be unlikely since those issues cannot always be predicted. In an automated society, human beings will have the responsibility to support and protect each other more than today.
We don’t consider ethics as part of the AI creation and development process, even for Narrow AI, we could still unleash tremendous harm on society, even sometimes without realising it.
Trust: Why AI Ethics and MLOps go hand-in-hand. The worst thing that can happen to your AI endeavor, is that you end up damaging people’s lives through good intentions.