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Economics of Human-AI Ecosystem: Value Bias and Lost Utility in Multi-Dimensional Gaps

  title={Economics of Human-AI Ecosystem: Value Bias and Lost Utility in Multi-Dimensional Gaps},
  author={Daniel Muller},
In recent years, artificial intelligence (AI) decision-making and autonomous systems became an integrated part of the economy, industry, and society. The evolving economy of the human-AI ecosystem raising concerns regarding the risks and values inherited in AI systems. This paper investigates the dynamics of creation and exchange of values and points out gaps in perception of cost-value, knowledge, space and time dimensions. It shows aspects of value bias in human perception of achievements and… 

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