In a few words, what does ethics mean to you?
What is morality and how does it affect our interactions with AI?
AI has the potential to shape our world in a number of ways. When designing and using AI, it's important to consider ethical implications. We must ask ourselves: who is responsible for ethical decisions made by AI?
Understanding Ethics & Artificial Intelligence
Ethics: making decisions about what is right and wrong, and setting moral standards of behavior. Artificial Intelligence (AI): a field of computer science that focuses on creating machines that can think and act like humans. Data Ethics: the practice of collecting, storing, and using data responsibly and ethically.
AI technology is created by humans and can have ethical implications AI can be used to automate decisions, such as hiring and loan approvals AI can be used to decide who gets access to health care and other resources
Understanding Ethics and Artificial Intelligence
In your opinion, what are the ethical implications of using Artificial Intelligence in everyday life?
- No ethical implications
- AI should be heavily regulated
- AI should only be used in certain situations
- Unclear, requires further research
What responsibilities should Artificial Intelligence be held to?
What responsibilities should AI-powered systems have in terms of ethical considerations?
- AI-powered systems should be programmed to prioritize human safety and well-being.
- AI-powered systems should be programmed to prioritize efficiency and accuracy.
- AI-powered systems should be programmed to prioritize environmental sustainability.
- None of the above.
What are the potential positive and negative implications of using Artificial Intelligence (AI) in our society?
What criteria would you use to determine if an AI decision is ethical or unethical?