Schlagworte: AAAI 2018 Spring Symposium on AI and Society

Technical Reports von „AI and Society“

Die Technical Reports des AAAI 2018 Spring Symposium „AI and Society: Ethics, Safety and Trustworthiness in Intelligent Agents“ sind Ende April 2018 erschienen. Zum Download stehen u.a. bereit „From GOODBOT to BESTBOT“ (Oliver Bendel), „The Uncanny Return of Physiognomy“ (Oliver Bendel), „The Heart of the Matter: Patient Autonomy as a Model for the Wellbeing of Technology Users“ (Emanuelle Burton et al.), „Trustworthiness and Safety for Intelligent Ethical Logical Agents via Interval Temporal Logic and Runtime Self-Checking“ (Stefania Costantin et al.), „Ethical Considerations for AI Researchers“ (Kyle Dent), „Interactive Agent that Understands the User“ (Piotr Gmytrasiewicz et al.), „Toward Beneficial Human-Level AI … and Beyond“ (Philip C. Jackson Jr.), „Towards Provably Moral AI Agents in Bottom-Up Learning Frameworks“ (Nolan P. Shaw et al.), „An Architecture for a Military AI System with Ethical Rules“ (Yetian Wang et al.) und „Architecting a Human-Like Emotion-Driven Conscious Moral Mind for Value Alignment and AGI Safety“ (Mark R. Waser et al.). Das Symposium fand vom 26. bis zum 28. März 2018 an der Stanford University statt. Für die Maschinenethik wie auch für Informationsethik und Roboterethik ist die Konferenzreihe seit Jahren eine der wichtigsten Plattformen weltweit.

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AAAI Spring Symposium on AI and Society

The tentative schedule of AAAI 2018 Spring Symposium on AI and Society at Stanford University (26 – 28 March 2018) has been published. On Tuesday Emma Brunskill from Stanford University, Philip C. Jackson („Toward Beneficial Human-Level AI … and Beyond“) and Andrew Williams („The Potential Social Impact of the Artificial Intelligence Divide“) will give a lecture. Oliver Bendel will have two talks, one on „The Uncanny Return of Physiognomy“ and one on „From GOODBOT to BESTBOT“. From the description on the website: „Artificial Intelligence has become a major player in today’s society and that has inevitably generated a proliferation of thoughts and sentiments on several of the  related issues. Many, for example, have felt the need to voice, in different ways and through different channels, their concerns on: possible undesirable outcomes caused by artificial agents, the morality of their use in specific sectors, such as the military, and the impact they will have on the labor market. The goal of this symposium is to gather a diverse group of researchers from many disciplines and to ignite a scientific discussion on this topic.“

Fig.: The symposium is about AI and society