Ethical Artificial Intelligence
by Bill Hibbard
Publisher: arXiv 2014
Number of pages: 168
This book-length article combines several peer reviewed papers and new material to analyze the issues of ethical artificial intelligence (AI). The behavior of future AI systems can be described by mathematical equations, which are adapted to analyze possible unintended AI behaviors and ways that AI designs can avoid them.
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