18 - La ética en la Inteligencia Artificial

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Google anunció un panel para discutir las implicaciones éticas del manejo de inteligencia artificial y es buen momento para discutir la manera en que se desarrolla, que se busca y cómo tratamos a estas herramientas.
Lecturas de Interés:
Panel de Google para discutir ética en IA
https://www.bbc.com/news/technology-47714921
It will discuss recommendations about how to use technologies such as facial recognition. Last year, Google’s then-head of cloud computing, Diane Greene, described facial recognition tech as having "inherent bias” due to a lack of diverse data.
Los principios de inteligencia artificial de Google
https://www.blog.google/technology/ai/ai-principles/
We recognize that such powerful technology raises equally powerful questions about its use. How AI is developed and used will have a significant impact on society for many years to come. As a leader in AI, we feel a deep responsibility to get this right.
Robots Should be Slaves - Texto de Joanna J. Bryson sobre el papel que deben cubrir nuestros compañeros artificiales.
http://www.cs.bath.ac.uk/~jjb/ftp/Bryson-Slaves-Book09.html
Robots should not be described as persons, nor given legal nor moral responsibility for their actions. Robots are fully owned by us. We determine their goals and behaviour, either directly or indirectly through specifying their intelligence or how their intelligence is acquired. In humanising them, we not only further dehumanise real people, but also encourage poor human decision making in the allocation of resources and responsibility.

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