Corpus ID: 6893637

The AI Rebellion: Changing the Narrative

@inproceedings{Aha2017TheAR,
  title={The AI Rebellion: Changing the Narrative},
  author={D. Aha and A. Coman},
  booktitle={AAAI},
  year={2017}
}
Sci-fi narratives permeating the collective consciousness endow AI Rebellion with ample negative connotations. However, for AI agents, as for humans, attitudes of protest, objection, and rejection have many potential benefits in support of ethics, safety, self-actualization, solidarity, and social justice, and are necessary in a wide variety of contexts. We launch a conversation on constructive AI rebellion and describe a framework meant to support discussion, implementation, and deployment of… Expand
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