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Volume - 5 | Issue - 1 | march 2023

An Overview of Artificial Intelligence Ethics: Issues and Solution for Challenges in Different Fields
S. P. Santhoshkumar  , K. Susithra, T. Krishna Prasath
Pages: 69-86
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Santhoshkumar, S. P., Susithra, K. & Prasath, T. K. (2023). An Overview of Artificial Intelligence Ethics: Issues and Solution for Challenges in Different Fields. Journal of Artificial Intelligence and Capsule Networks, 5(1), 69-86. doi:10.36548/jaicn.2023.1.006
Published
02 May, 2023
Abstract

Artificial Intelligence (AI) ethics are the values and principles that govern the creation and application of AI. As AI technology develops quickly, there is rising worry about the possible ethical ramifications of its application, including concerns about privacy, bias, accountability, transparency, safety, and the effect on society as a whole. Making sure AI systems are created and used in a way that respects human rights and values is one of the main concerns of AI ethics. For instance, there can be worries about the use of AI in surveillance or the possibility that these technologies will legitimise already-existing social prejudices and discrimination. Making sure AI systems are accountable and transparent is a key aspect of AI ethics. It can be challenging to comprehend how AI systems make judgements and who is accountable for those decisions as they get more complicated and autonomous. Transparency in AI research and decision-making, as well as systems for accountability and remedies when things go wrong, are becoming increasingly important. Additionally, it's important to guarantee the security and safety of AI systems. Concern over the possibility of cyberattacks and other types of harmful use is growing as AI systems become more linked and incorporated into our daily lives. Finally, it's important to make sure that AI is created and applied in a way that benefits all humanity. This entails tackling problems like employment loss, economic inequality, and the possibility that AI will be applied in ways that are detrimental to society. There is an increasing need for cooperation between business, government, academia, and civil society to address these and other ethical issues. This involves creating moral standards, norms, and best practises as well as the systems necessary to guarantee responsibility and compliance.

Keywords

Artificial Intelligence Ethics AI Issues AI Establishing Principles Ethical Artificial Intelligence Artificial Intelligence Safety Machine Ethics

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