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Can Robots Be Moral?

I have always wondered whether it was possible for engineers to program morality into robots. By robots, I am referring to those who are defined as “artificial moral agents” or AMAs, that can make explicit ethical judgments and can justify them like an adult human being.

Teaching Morality to AI Machines

Over the past couple of years, I’ve witnessed many contentious debates on the issue of whether...

Facebook’s Massive Human Experiment on Emotions

“The results show emotional contagion. For people who had positive content reduced in their News...

Privacy as a Human Right

"First, it is important to note that no one is obliged to sign up for Facebook. The decision to...

AI Explainability: Looking Outside the Black Box

“When we seek to evaluate the justifications for decision-making that relies on a machine...

Are We Guilty of AI Mathwashing?

“The claim that algorithms will classify more ‘objectively’ ... cannot simply be taken at face...

Mind the AI Responsibility Gap

Who is liable for accidents caused by a self-driving car? Is it the driver? The car...

AI & Addiction By Design

The pleasures of new media culture ...are consciously designed to be delivered to us in ways...

Is AI Really Neutral?

AI is the fourth industrial revolution. Its growing ability to make autonomous decisions faster,...

Skills4Good CEO Gets Published in AJOB Neuroscience Journal

We’re delighted to announce that Skills4Good CEO & Co-Founder Josephine Yam’s AI ethics paper...