Artificial Intelligence and Morality: A Social Responsibility
Keywords:Artificial Intelligence, Morality, Ethics, Intelligence, Accountability, Social Responsibility
AbstractBoth the globe and technology are growing more quickly than ever. Artificial intelligence's design and algorithm are being called into question as its deployment becomes more widespread, raising moral and ethical issues. We use artificial intelligence in a variety of industries to improve skill, service, and performance. Hence, it has both proponents and opponents. AI uses a given collection of data to derive action or knowledge. There is therefore always a chance that it will contain some inaccurate information. Since artificial intelligence is created by scientists and engineers, it will always present issues with accountability, responsibility, and system reliability. There is great potential for economic development, societal advancement, and improved human security and safety thanks to artificial intelligence.
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