Publication year: 2020
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This book offers the first systematic guide to machine ethics, bridging between computer science, social sciences and philosophy. Based on a dialogue between an AI scientist and a novelist philosopher, the book discusses important findings on which moral values machines can be taught and how. In turn, it investigates what kind of artificial intelligence (AI) people do actually want.
Subject: Computer Science, Computational Morality, Programming Artificial Emotions, Machine Autonomy, Identity in the Digital World, Machine Decision Making, Counterfactual Reasoning, Critical Thinking and AI, Evolution of morality, Employing AI for moral understanding, Identity in the digital world, Man-machine symbiosis, Superintelligent machines, Distribution of AI-produced wealth, Social impact of intelligent machines