What is 'ethical AI' and how can companies achieve it?

By Dennis Hirsch and Piers Norris Turner

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That’s all biting itself in own tails. If the AI is ethical then it doesn’t work properly, and if the AI is unrestricted but the results are filtered and applied ethically then you don’t need the AI processing beforehand as you already have defined the results regardless of what the AI says. Forget it already, the technology concept is in fact messed up and already clinically dead.

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A recent court case against an airline in the US is telling. The plaintiff’s attorneys filed briefs created solely from AI and the case law and precedents listed were all fiction and didn’t exist.

AI simply made them up. It quoted opinions, docket numbers, court jurisdiction, everything in detail. It was all fiction.

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