Constrained Incrementalist Moral Decision Making for a Biologically Inspired Cognitive Architecture

The field of machine ethics has emerged in response to the development of autonomous artificial agents with the ability to interact with human beings, or to produce changes in the environment which can affect humans (Allen, Varner, & Zinser, 2000). Such agents, whether physical (robots) or virtual (software agents) need a mechanism for moral decision making… CONTINUE READING