“When developing new standards in robotics, social scientists and ethicists need to be involved even more strongly in standardization work on an international and European level, in order to evaluate advantages and disadvantages of atomization in an interdisciplinary way”, Austria’s Ministry of Labour, Social Affairs, Health and Consumer Protection Beate Hartinger-Klein stated at an informal […]
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‘Incorporating Ethical Considerations in Autonomous & Intelligent Systems (A/IS) – Policy & Industry Requirements in the Algorithmic Age’ was the topic of an interactive workshop that took place in The Hague on 11 June 2018, jointly organized by the IEEE Standards Association (IEEE SA) and TU Delft’s Delft Design for Values (DDFV) Institute: https://beyondstandards.ieee.org/artificial-intelligence/ieee-sa-and-tu-delft-host-workshop-on-ethical-considerations-in-technology
The One Hundred Year Study on Artificial Intelligence, launched in the fall of 2014, is a longterm investigation of the field of Artificial Intelligence (AI) and its influences on people, their communities, and society. It considers the science, engineering, and deployment of AI-enabled computing systems. The report is available to download at: https://ai100.stanford.edu/2016-report