Regulating artificial intelligence and robotics: ethics by design in a digital society

@article{Iphofen2019RegulatingAI,
  title={Regulating artificial intelligence and robotics: ethics by design in a digital society},
  author={R. Iphofen and Mihalis Kritikos},
  journal={Contemporary Social Science},
  year={2019},
  volume={16},
  pages={170 - 184}
}
ABSTRACT Evidence-based policymaking must urgently consider regulations addressing advances made in artificial intelligence (AI) and robotics, as well as issues of ownership, management and control. Many repetitive manufacturing tasks once requiring human labour have already been replaced by robots. The general public are facing associated risks to safety and privacy with the appearance of drones, driverless cars, robots of care, and human repair and enhancement. Major challenges for… Expand
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