As AI continues to grow at an exponential rate we will need to consider the ethics used to govern and control them.
It is funny how, in this video, using the historical actions of humanity as a model of developing ethics is viewed as problematic. Can we allow robots to operate with the same level of biases and selfish behavior that humans have?
Furthermore, is it even possible to narrow down ethics to a set of rules? Or is it completely subjective to the viewer? Should we be allowing robots to interpret their own understanding of ethics?
Some interesting questions raised in this article!
This Is What Happens When We Debate Ethics in Front of Superintelligent AI
Is there a uniform set of moral laws, and if so, can we teach artificial intelligence those laws to keep it from harming us? This is the question explored in an original short film recently released by The Guardian. In the film, the creators of an AI with general intelligence call in a moral philosopher …