Equity and Ethics Of The Future Artificial Intelligent Robotic Systems

Oh no, not Harvard moral psychology argument again, you know what about the person who looks up to 5 with the following way with a fast-moving train can not, and another track with only one person on see it during the individual sitting at a distance on the switch by train from one track to another to change, what to do? Now, go to the coming new world of artificial intelligence and autonomous cars. We have all in situations in which we avoid the thing to have, and sometimes manage the risk of damage to our car to avoid running that a child hit that went in front of us on his bike. So here is the challenge - you see;

There was an interesting article in "Nature - International Weekly Journal of Science" with the title; "Ethics machine: the dilemma of the robot - works, how to build ethical robots, is one of the most difficult challenges in artificial intelligence," said de Boer Deng on July 1, 2015. The article stated:

"In May, a panel presentation in driverless cars at the Brookings Institution, a think tank in Washington DC, turned into a discussion about how autonomous vehicles would behave in a crisis. And if rescue efforts of a vehicle your own by, tell passengers, the risk of accumulating ran with the vehicles behind it on the brakes slamming? Or what if an autonomous vehicle to avoid a child, waved, but risked someone to propose? "

Well, there is this kind of dilemma, but before anyone enter or reasons probability rules, there are more dilemmas, which are even more serious to reflect on the previous one. Let's talk?

Badly programmed AI is in the eyes of those a disaster for "what is right" be serving supposedly are. Yes, see the philosophical moral quicksand here - more of this and other challenges will follow these future autonomous concept vehicles, but remember, it will be here before you know it.

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