Ethical Aspects of Artificial Intelligence Functioning in the XXI century

Dodonova, Vira and Dodonov, Roman and Gorbenko, Katerina (2023) Ethical Aspects of Artificial Intelligence Functioning in the XXI century Studia UBB. Philosophia, 68 (1). pp. 161-173. ISSN 2065-9407; 2065-9407

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The article is devoted to the ethical aspects of artificial intelligence functioning. The problem of the safe coexistence of man and artificial intelligence is taking on increasing importance. The definition of artificial intelligence and the explanation of the difference between weak, strong artificial intelligence and superintelligence are given. The first ethical problem of artificial intelligence functioning is the existential question of human redundancy due to the spread of artificial intelligence. The article emphasizes that artificial intelligence, on the one hand, frees a person from certain areas of activity, facilitating their existence, on the other hand, it makes them superfluous in production and in personal life. The second is the problem of responsibility for the actions of artificial intelligence. The article argues for the necessity of human responsibility for the actions of artificial intelligence because artificial intelligence does not have consciousness. The third problem is the intensification of the phenomenon of stupidity in society. Artificial intelligence creates the conditions for the increasing cleverness of some segments of the population and stupidity of others, which can result in even greater mental and property inequality.

Item Type: Article
Uncontrolled Keywords: intelligence; artificial intelligence; ethics; responsibility; legal responsibility; human existential state; problem of redundancy; stupidity
Subjects: Статті у наукометричних базах > Web of Science
Divisions: Факультет суспільно-гуманітарних наук > Кафедра філософії та релігієзнавства
Depositing User: Роман Олександрович Додонов
Date Deposited: 16 May 2023 08:05
Last Modified: 15 Jun 2023 13:28

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