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The Resource The Oxford handbook of ethics of AI, edited by Markus D. Dubber, Frank Pasquale, and Sunit Das

The Oxford handbook of ethics of AI, edited by Markus D. Dubber, Frank Pasquale, and Sunit Das

Label
The Oxford handbook of ethics of AI
Title
The Oxford handbook of ethics of AI
Statement of responsibility
edited by Markus D. Dubber, Frank Pasquale, and Sunit Das
Title variation
Ethics of AI
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Editor
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
This book explores the intertwining domains of artificial intelligence (AI) and ethics-two highly divergent fields which at first seem to have nothing to do with one another. AI is a collection of computational methods for studying human knowledge, learning, and behavior, including by building agents able to know, learn, and behave. Ethics is a body of human knowledge-far from completely understood-that helps agents (humans today, but perhaps eventually robots and other AIs) decide how they and others should behave. Despite these differences, however, the rapid development in AI technology today has led to a growing number of ethical issues in a multitude of fields, ranging from disciplines as far-reaching as international human rights law to issues as intimate as personal identity and sexuality
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Cataloging source
StDuBDS
Dewey number
174.90063
Index
index present
Intended audience
Specialized
LC call number
Q334.7
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
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  • Dubber, Markus Dirk
  • Pasquale, Frank
  • Das, Sunit
Series statement
Oxford handbooks online
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Artificial intelligence
Target audience
specialized
Label
The Oxford handbook of ethics of AI, edited by Markus D. Dubber, Frank Pasquale, and Sunit Das
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • The Concept of Handoff as a Model for Ethical Analysis and Design
  • Deirdre K. Mulligan, Helen Nissenbaum
  • Race and Gender
  • Timnit Gebru
  • The Future of Work in the Age of AI: Displacement or Risk-Shifting?
  • Pegah Moradi, Karen Levy
  • AI as a Moral Right-Holder
  • John Basl, Joseph Bowen
  • Could You Merge with AI? Reflections on the Singularity and Radical Brain Enhancement
  • Cody Turner, Susan Schneider
  • The Artificial Intelligence of Ethics of AI: An Introductory Overview for Law and Regulation
  • The Ethics of Ethics of AI
  • Thomas M. Powers, Jean-Gabriel Ganascia
  • Are Sentient Ais Persons?
  • Mark Kingwell
  • Autonomy
  • Michael Wheeler
  • Troubleshooting AI and Consent
  • Meg Leta Jones, Elizabeth Edenberg
  • Is Human Judgment Necessary? Artificial Intelligence, Algorithmic Governance, and the Law
  • Norman W. Spaulding
  • Joanna J. Bryson
  • Sexuality
  • John Danaher
  • Perspectives on Ethics of AI: Computer Science
  • Benjamin Kuipers
  • Social Failure Modes in Technology and the Ethics of AI: An Engineering Perspective
  • Jason Millar
  • A Human-Centered Approach to AI Ethics: A Perspective from Cognitive Science
  • Ron Chrisley
  • Ethical Issues in Our Relationship with Artificial Entities
  • Judith Donath
  • Accountability in Computer Systems
  • Integrating Ethical Values and Economic Value to Steer Progress in Artificial Intelligence
  • Anton Korinek
  • Fairness Criteria through the Lens of Directed Acyclic Graphs: A Statistical Modeling Perspective
  • Benjamin R. Baer, Daniel E. Gilbert, Martin T. Wells
  • Automating Origination: Perspectives from the Humanities
  • Avery Slater
  • Perspectives on Ethics of AI: Philosophy
  • David J. Gunkel
  • The Complexity of Otherness: Anthropological Contributions to Robots and AI
  • Kathleen Richardson
  • Joshua A. Kroll
  • Calculative Composition: The Ethics of Automating Design
  • Shannon Mattern
  • AI and the Global South: Designing for Other Worlds
  • Chinmayi Arun
  • Perspectives and Approaches in AI Ethics: East Asia
  • Danit Gal
  • Artificial Intelligence and Inequality in the Middle East:The Political Economy of Inclusion
  • Nagla Rizk
  • Europe: Toward a Policy Framework for Trustworthy AI
  • Andrea Renda
  • Transparency
  • Ethics of Artificial Intelligence in Transport
  • Bryant Walker Smith
  • The Case for Ethical AI in the Military
  • Jai Galliott, Jason Scholz
  • The Ethics of AI in Biomedical Research, Patient Care, and Public Health
  • Alessandro Blasimme, Effy Vayena
  • The Ethics of AI in Law: Basic Questions
  • Harry Surden
  • Beyond Bias: "Ethical AI" in Criminal Law
  • Chelsea Barabas
  • Nicholas Diakopoulos
  • "Fair Notice" in the Age of AI
  • Kiel Brennan-Marquez
  • AI and Migration Management
  • Petra Molnar
  • AI Governance by Human Rights-Centered Design, Deliberation, and Oversight: An End to Ethics Washing
  • Karen Yeung, Andrew Howes, Ganna Pogrebna
  • Robot Teaching, Pedagogy, and Policy
  • Elana Zeide
  • Algorithms and the Social Organization of Work
  • Ifeoma Ajunwa, Rachel Schlund
  • Responsibility and Artifical Intelligence
  • Smart City Ethics: How "Smart" Challenges Democratic Governance
  • Ellen P. Goodman
  • The Incompatible Incentives of Private-Sector AI
  • Tom Slee
  • Normative Modes: Codes and Standards
  • Paula Boddington
  • The Role of Professional Norms in the Governance of Artificial Intelligence
  • Urs Gasser, Carolyn Schmitt
  • We're Missing a Moral Framework of Justice in Artificial Intelligence: On the Limits, Failings, and Ethics of Fairness
  • Matthew Le Bui, Safiya Umoja Noble
  • Virginia Dignum
Control code
EDZ0002293088
Extent
1 online resource (1000 pages).
Form of item
online
Isbn
9780190067427
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Specific material designation
remote
Label
The Oxford handbook of ethics of AI, edited by Markus D. Dubber, Frank Pasquale, and Sunit Das
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • The Concept of Handoff as a Model for Ethical Analysis and Design
  • Deirdre K. Mulligan, Helen Nissenbaum
  • Race and Gender
  • Timnit Gebru
  • The Future of Work in the Age of AI: Displacement or Risk-Shifting?
  • Pegah Moradi, Karen Levy
  • AI as a Moral Right-Holder
  • John Basl, Joseph Bowen
  • Could You Merge with AI? Reflections on the Singularity and Radical Brain Enhancement
  • Cody Turner, Susan Schneider
  • The Artificial Intelligence of Ethics of AI: An Introductory Overview for Law and Regulation
  • The Ethics of Ethics of AI
  • Thomas M. Powers, Jean-Gabriel Ganascia
  • Are Sentient Ais Persons?
  • Mark Kingwell
  • Autonomy
  • Michael Wheeler
  • Troubleshooting AI and Consent
  • Meg Leta Jones, Elizabeth Edenberg
  • Is Human Judgment Necessary? Artificial Intelligence, Algorithmic Governance, and the Law
  • Norman W. Spaulding
  • Joanna J. Bryson
  • Sexuality
  • John Danaher
  • Perspectives on Ethics of AI: Computer Science
  • Benjamin Kuipers
  • Social Failure Modes in Technology and the Ethics of AI: An Engineering Perspective
  • Jason Millar
  • A Human-Centered Approach to AI Ethics: A Perspective from Cognitive Science
  • Ron Chrisley
  • Ethical Issues in Our Relationship with Artificial Entities
  • Judith Donath
  • Accountability in Computer Systems
  • Integrating Ethical Values and Economic Value to Steer Progress in Artificial Intelligence
  • Anton Korinek
  • Fairness Criteria through the Lens of Directed Acyclic Graphs: A Statistical Modeling Perspective
  • Benjamin R. Baer, Daniel E. Gilbert, Martin T. Wells
  • Automating Origination: Perspectives from the Humanities
  • Avery Slater
  • Perspectives on Ethics of AI: Philosophy
  • David J. Gunkel
  • The Complexity of Otherness: Anthropological Contributions to Robots and AI
  • Kathleen Richardson
  • Joshua A. Kroll
  • Calculative Composition: The Ethics of Automating Design
  • Shannon Mattern
  • AI and the Global South: Designing for Other Worlds
  • Chinmayi Arun
  • Perspectives and Approaches in AI Ethics: East Asia
  • Danit Gal
  • Artificial Intelligence and Inequality in the Middle East:The Political Economy of Inclusion
  • Nagla Rizk
  • Europe: Toward a Policy Framework for Trustworthy AI
  • Andrea Renda
  • Transparency
  • Ethics of Artificial Intelligence in Transport
  • Bryant Walker Smith
  • The Case for Ethical AI in the Military
  • Jai Galliott, Jason Scholz
  • The Ethics of AI in Biomedical Research, Patient Care, and Public Health
  • Alessandro Blasimme, Effy Vayena
  • The Ethics of AI in Law: Basic Questions
  • Harry Surden
  • Beyond Bias: "Ethical AI" in Criminal Law
  • Chelsea Barabas
  • Nicholas Diakopoulos
  • "Fair Notice" in the Age of AI
  • Kiel Brennan-Marquez
  • AI and Migration Management
  • Petra Molnar
  • AI Governance by Human Rights-Centered Design, Deliberation, and Oversight: An End to Ethics Washing
  • Karen Yeung, Andrew Howes, Ganna Pogrebna
  • Robot Teaching, Pedagogy, and Policy
  • Elana Zeide
  • Algorithms and the Social Organization of Work
  • Ifeoma Ajunwa, Rachel Schlund
  • Responsibility and Artifical Intelligence
  • Smart City Ethics: How "Smart" Challenges Democratic Governance
  • Ellen P. Goodman
  • The Incompatible Incentives of Private-Sector AI
  • Tom Slee
  • Normative Modes: Codes and Standards
  • Paula Boddington
  • The Role of Professional Norms in the Governance of Artificial Intelligence
  • Urs Gasser, Carolyn Schmitt
  • We're Missing a Moral Framework of Justice in Artificial Intelligence: On the Limits, Failings, and Ethics of Fairness
  • Matthew Le Bui, Safiya Umoja Noble
  • Virginia Dignum
Control code
EDZ0002293088
Extent
1 online resource (1000 pages).
Form of item
online
Isbn
9780190067427
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Specific material designation
remote

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