Corpus ID: 140247466

Digital Empathy Secures Frankenstein's Monster

  title={Digital Empathy Secures Frankenstein's Monster},
  author={R. Bond and F. Engel and M. Fuchs and Matthias Hemmje and P. Kevitt and Mike McTear and M. Mulvenna and P. Walsh and H. Zheng},
  • R. Bond, F. Engel, +6 authors H. Zheng
  • Published in CERC 2019
  • Psychology, Computer Science
  • People’s worries about robot and AI software and how it can go wrong have led them to think of it and its associated algorithms and programs as being like Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein monster. The term Franken-algorithms has been used. Furthermore, there are concerns about driverless cars, automated General Practitioner Doctors (GPs) and robotic surgeons, legal expert systems, and particularly autonomous military drones. Digital Empathy grows when people and computers place themselves in each… CONTINUE READING
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