Artificial intelligence (AI) is being leveraged in almost every business function across industries and the analysts envisage that it will be used more extensively in the days to come. Eventually, the future and the impact of AI technology & its capabilities, especially in the machine intelligence space, will be multifold across enterprise as well as consumer-led functions. As artificial intelligence is playing a parallel role in decision-making and corresponding actions in most cases, it is necessary to ensure that an AI-driven decision or action is ethical to all its users. Just as human ethics is sought and expected in strategy-making, an ethical framework is expected to guide machine intelligence towards unbiased
outcomes.

The challenge in the days to come would be containing the evolving AI/ML reach within ethical boundaries. While robo ethics deals mostly with ethics related to hardware-driven robotic structures like the use of killer robots in wars, machine ethics (otherwise called machine morality or computational ethics) deals with the moral behavior of artificial intelligence. In this whitepaper, the discussion would be concentrated on machine ethics or the ethics of artificial intelligence primarily and how the world is undertaking an ethical AI journey. Download the whitepaper to learn more.

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Artificial intelligence (AI) is being leveraged in almost every business function across industries and the analysts envisage that it will be used more extensively in the days to come. Eventually, the future and the impact of AI technology & its capabilities, especially in the machine intelligence space, will be multifold across enterprise as well as consumer-led functions. As artificial intelligence is playing a parallel role in decision-making and corresponding actions in most cases, it is necessary to ensure that an AI-driven decision or action is ethical to all its users. Just as human ethics is sought and expected in strategy-making, an ethical framework is expected to guide machine intelligence towards unbiased
outcomes.

The challenge in the days to come would be containing the evolving AI/ML reach within ethical boundaries. While robo ethics deals mostly with ethics related to hardware-driven robotic structures like the use of killer robots in wars, machine ethics (otherwise called machine morality or computational ethics) deals with the moral behavior of artificial intelligence. In this whitepaper, the discussion would be concentrated on machine ethics or the ethics of artificial intelligence primarily and how the world is undertaking an ethical AI journey. Download the whitepaper to learn more.