Nature Machine Intelligence 1:261-262 (2019)

Luciano Floridi
Oxford University
AI is revolutionizing everyone’s life, and it is crucial that it does so in the right way. AI’s profound and far-reaching potential for transformation concerns the engineering of systems that have some degree of autonomous agency. This is epochal and requires establishing a new, ethical balance between human and artificial autonomy.
Keywords Artificial Intelligence  Transformation  Society  Ethics  Autonomy
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