Schlagworte: Ethically Aligned Design

Feedback zu „Ethically Aligned Design“

Die IEEE Global Initiative hat im Juli 2017 weitere Ergebnisse und Dokumente vorgelegt. So hat man nun Zugang zum Feedback, das Experten wie Amitai Etzioni, Yanqing Hong und Oliver Bendel zu „Ethically Aligned Design, Version 1“ gegeben haben. Es heißt dazu auf der Website: „The feedback in this document was submitted as part of an open Request for Information (RFI) process regarding the document created by The IEEE Global Initiative for Ethical Considerations in Artificial Intelligence and Autonomous Systems (‚The IEEE Global Initiative‘) titled, ‚Ethically Aligned Design: A Vision for Prioritizing Human Wellbeing with Artificial Intelligence and Autonomous Systems‘. As stated in the submission guidelines for our RFI process, all contributions have been posted exactly as they were received. The only modification to submissions was to standardize the font and spacing in the following document for ease of readability. Committees working to update Version 2 of Ethically Aligned Design are currently in the process of reviewing all feedback received to help inform their updated section drafts.“ (Website IEEE) Weitere Informationen über

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Ethically Aligned Design

Die Mitglieder der IEEE Global Initiative haben im Dezember 2016 ihre ersten Ergebnisse vorgelegt. „Ethically Aligned Design, Version 1“ ist online verfügbar. „A Vision for Prioritizing Human Wellbeing with Artificial Intelligence and Autonomous Systems“, so der Untertitel, wird entworfen. In der Executive Summary heißt es: „To fully benefit from the potential of Artificial Intelligence and Autonomous Systems (AI/AS), we need to go beyond perception and beyond the search for more computational power or solving capabilities. We need to make sure that these technologies are aligned to humans in terms of our moral values and ethical principles. AI/AS have to behave in a way that is beneficial to people beyond reaching functional goals and addressing technical problems. This will allow for an elevated level of trust between humans and our technology that is needed for a fruitful pervasive use of AI/AS in our daily lives.“ Zu den Mitgliedern des Komitees „Classical Ethics in Information & Communication Technologies“ gehören Rafael Capurro, Wolfgang Hofkirchner und Oliver Bendel, um nur diejenigen zu nennen, die im deutschsprachigen Raum angesiedelt sind. Das zweite Treffen der IEEE Global Initiative findet am 5. Juni 2017 in Austin (Texas) statt. Beim „Symposium on Ethics of Autonomous Systems (SEAS North America)“ wird eine zweite Version des Dokuments erarbeitet.

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