Normative modes: codes and standards

Dubber, Markus D., Pasquale, Frank, Das, Sunit and Boddington, Paula (2020) Normative modes: codes and standards. In: The Oxford Handbook of Ethics of AI. Oxford University Press, London, pp. 123-140. ISBN 9780190067397

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Abstract

This chapter focuses on the production of normative codes or standards in response to ethical issues concerning artificial intelligence (AI). Codes can be a useful part of ethics, but have limits and dangers. Standards can be especially useful in technical achievement of goals and exploring possibilities. However, codes of ethics are embedded within far wider questions of value—values which may not be explicitly included in the codes themselves, but which are assumed or referenced within wider societal values and norms within which the codes are nested. These values themselves can evolve. As such, when it comes to AI, people need to be prepared for even larger shifts in how they think of value. Moreover, given the power of AI to augment or replace human thought and human agency, people need to consider basic philosophical questions about human nature in order to assess how humans might fare in response to AI.

Item Type: Book Section
Uncontrolled Keywords: normative codes, normative standards, artificial intelligence, ethics, codes of ethics, societal values, societal norms, human nature, human thought, human agency
Subjects: Computing > Intelligent systems
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Depositing User: Paula Boddington
Date Deposited: 27 Sep 2021 11:02
Last Modified: 30 Sep 2021 10:56
URI: http://repository.uwl.ac.uk/id/eprint/8271

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