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Trolley Crash

Approaching Key Metrics for Ethical AI Practitioners, Researchers, and Policy Makers

1st Edition - January 26, 2024

Editors: Peggy Wu, Michael Salpukas, Hsin-Fu Wu, Shannon Ellsworth

Language: English
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The prolific deployment of Artificial Intelligence (AI) across different fields has introduced novel challenges for AI developers and researchers. AI is permeating decision ma… Read more

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The prolific deployment of Artificial Intelligence (AI) across different fields has introduced novel challenges for AI developers and researchers. AI is permeating decision making for the masses, and its applications range from self-driving automobiles to financial loan approvals. With AI making decisions that have ethical implications, responsibilities are now being pushed to AI designers who may be far-removed from how, where, and when these ethical decisions occur.

Trolley Crash: Approaching Key Metrics for Ethical AI Practitioners, Researchers, and Policy Makers provides audiences with a catalogue of perspectives and methodologies from the latest research in ethical computing. This work integrates philosophical and computational approaches into a unified framework for ethical reasoning in the current AI landscape, specifically focusing on approaches for developing metrics. Written for AI researchers, ethicists, computer scientists, software engineers, operations researchers, and autonomous systems designers and developers, Trolley Crash will be a welcome reference for those who wish to better understand metrics for ethical reasoning in autonomous systems and related computational applications.