Ethical Considerations For Artificial Intelligence
When people imagine a future of "robot lawyers," they tend to focus on employment and economic effects — for example, the implications for the lawyer labor market (e.g., "will the robots take our jobs"). Often overlooked, but no less important, are the ethical implications of artificial intelligence.
Last week, at theGlobal Privacy Summitof the International Association of Privacy Professionals (IAPP), I attended a session tackling this very subject — "Machines That Can Learn: Can They Also Be Taught Human Values?" — with the following panelists: