Review of Anderson and Anderson's Machine Ethics

  title={Review of Anderson and Anderson's Machine Ethics},
  author={Cory Siler},
  journal={Artif. Intell.},
  • Cory Siler
  • Published 2015
  • Sociology, Computer Science
  • Artif. Intell.
The Machine Ethics anthology, edited by Michael Anderson and Susan Leigh Anderson, is a collection of essays dedicated to the challenge of instilling ethical principles into intelligent machines; in contrast with the more traditional area of computer ethics, it focuses not on programmer or user decisions but on the ethical decision-making capacity of the machines themselves. As an overview of a field in its infancy, Machine Ethics is not meant to be an in-depth reference book; it largely takes… Expand
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