Ethics, Governance, and Policies in Artificial Intelligence

Ethics, Governance, and Policies in Artificial Intelligence

Author: Luciano Floridi

Publisher: Springer Nature

ISBN: 9783030819071

Category: Philosophy

Page: 392

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This book offers a synthesis of investigations on the ethics, governance and policies affecting the design, development and deployment of artificial intelligence (AI). Each chapter can be read independently, but the overall structure of the book provides a complementary and detailed understanding of some of the most pressing issues brought about by AI and digital innovation. Given its modular nature, it is a text suitable for readers who wish to gain a reliable orientation about the ethics of AI and for experts who wish to know more about specific areas of the current debate.

AI Ethics and Governance

AI Ethics and Governance

Author: Zhiyi Liu

Publisher: Springer Nature

ISBN: 9789811925313

Category: Artificial intelligence

Page: 185

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This book deeply analyzes the theoretical roots of the development of global artificial intelligence ethics and AI governance, the ethical issues in AI application scenarios, and the discussion of artificial intelligence governance issues from a global perspective. From the perspective of knowledge, the book includes not only the metaphysical research of traditional Western ethics, but also the interpretation of AI-related practical cases and international policies. The purpose of this book is not only to study AI ethics and governance issues academically, but to seek a path to solve problems in the real world. It is a very meaningful monograph in both academic theory and reality. This book responds to the implementation of China's digital economy governance and other topics. It is a cutting-edge academic monograph that combines industry, policy, and thought. In this book, the author not only discusses the humanities thoughts such as ethics, political economy, philosophy, and sociology, but also involves computer science, biology, and medicine and other science and engineering disciplines, effectively using interdisciplinary thinking as readers clarify how to explore ethical consensus and establish smart social governance rules in the era of artificial intelligence, so as to provide the most comprehensive and unique scientific and technological insights for smart economy participants, related practitioners in the artificial intelligence industry, and government policy makers. For academia, this is a representative book of Chinese scholars' systematic thinking on AI ethical propositions from a global perspective. For the industry, this is a book that understands the policies and ethical propositions faced by the development of AI industry. An important reference book, for policy makers, this is a monograph for understanding how policies in the AI industry make decisions that conform to AI industry practices and people's moral order.

Ethical Governance of Artificial Intelligence in the Public Sector

Ethical Governance of Artificial Intelligence in the Public Sector

Author: Liza Ireni-Saban

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781000434330

Category: Political Science

Page: 120

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This book argues that ethical evaluation of AI should be an integral part of public service ethics and that an effective normative framework is needed to provide ethical principles and evaluation for decision-making in the public sphere, at both local and international levels. It introduces how the tenets of prudential rationality ethics, through critical engagement with intersectionality, can contribute to a more successful negotiation of the challenges created by AI technological innovations in AI and afford a relational, interactive, flexible, and fluid framework that meets the features of AI research projects, so that core public and individual values are still honoured in the face of technological development. This book will be of key interest to scholars, students, and professionals engaged in public management and ethics management, AI ethics, public organizations, public service leadership, and more broadly to public administration and policy, as well as applied ethics and philosophy.

Electronic Government and the Information Systems Perspective

Electronic Government and the Information Systems Perspective

Author: Andrea Kő

Publisher: Springer Nature

ISBN: 9783031126734

Category: Political Science

Page: 169

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This volume LNCS 12429 constitutes the papers of the 11th International Conference on Electronic Government and the Information Systems Perspective, EGOVIS 20221, held in Vienna, Austria, in August 2022. The 11 full papers presented were carefully reviewed and selected from 16 submissions and focus on information systems and ICT aspects of e-government. The papers are organized in 3 topical sections: e-government theoretical background; semantic technologies and legal issues;; artificial intelligence and machine learning in e-government context.

Ethics and governance of artificial intelligence for health

Ethics and governance of artificial intelligence for health

Author:

Publisher: World Health Organization

ISBN: 9789240029200

Category: Medical

Page:

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This WHO Guidance document discusses ethical and governance issues as they arise in the use of artificial intelligence (AI) for health. It contains a set of principles, recommendations, and checklists for selected end-users. The target audience is Ministries of Health, AI developers, health care workers, and industry.

Effects of Data Overload on User Quality of Experience

Effects of Data Overload on User Quality of Experience

Author: Josephina Antoniou

Publisher: Springer Nature

ISBN: 9783031068706

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 133

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This book introduces a unique perspective on the use of data from popular emerging technologies and the effect on user quality of experience (QoE). The term data is first refined into specific types of data such as financial data, personal data, public data, context data, generated data, and the popular big data. The book focuses the responsible use of data, with consideration to ethics and wellbeing, in each setting. The specific nuances of different technologies bring forth interesting case studies, which the book breaks down into mathematical models so they can be analyzed and used as powerful tools. Overall, this perspective on the use of data from popular emerging technologies and the resulting QoE analysis will greatly benefit researchers, educators and students in fields related to ICT studies, especially where there is additional interest in ethics and wellbeing, user experience, data management, and their link to emerging technologies.

Applications of Artificial Intelligence in Business, Education and Healthcare

Applications of Artificial Intelligence in Business, Education and Healthcare

Author: Allam Hamdan

Publisher: Springer Nature

ISBN: 9783030720803

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 511

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This book focuses on the implementation of Artificial Intelligence in Business, Education and Healthcare, It includes research articles and expository papers on the applications of Artificial Intelligence on Decision Making, Entrepreneurship, Social Media, Healthcare, Education, Public Sector, FinTech, and RegTech. It also discusses the role of Artificial Intelligence in the current COVID-19 pandemic, in the health sector, education, and others. It also discusses the impact of Artificial Intelligence on decision-making in vital sectors of the economy.

Human-Computer Interaction. Theoretical Approaches and Design Methods

Human-Computer Interaction. Theoretical Approaches and Design Methods

Author: Masaaki Kurosu

Publisher: Springer Nature

ISBN: 9783031053115

Category: Computers

Page: 639

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The three-volume set LNCS 13302, 13303 and 13304 constitutes the refereed proceedings of the Human Computer Interaction thematic area of the 24th International Conference on Human-Computer Interaction, HCII 2022, which took place virtually in June-July 2022. The 132 papers included in this HCI 2022 proceedings were organized in topical sections as follows: Part I: Theoretical and Multidisciplinary Approaches in HCI; Design and Evaluation Methods, Techniques and Tools; Emotions and Design; and Children-Computer Interaction, Part II: Novel Interaction Devices, Methods and Techniques; Text, Speech and Image Processing in HCI; Emotion and Physiological Reactions Recognition; and Human-Robot Interaction, Part III: Design and User Experience Case Studies, Persuasive Design and Behavioral Change; and Interacting with Chatbots and Virtual Agents.

Digital Transformation in Policing: The Promise, Perils and Solutions

Digital Transformation in Policing: The Promise, Perils and Solutions

Author: Reza Montasari

Publisher: Springer Nature

ISBN: 9783031096914

Category: Computers

Page: 170

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This book shares essential insights into how the social sciences and technology could foster new advances in managing the complexity inherent to the criminal and digital policing landscape. Said landscape is both dynamic and intricate, emanating as it does from crimes that are both persistent and transnational. Globalization, human and drug trafficking, cybercrime, terrorism, and other forms of transnational crime can have significant impacts on societies around the world. This necessitates a reassessment of what crime, national security and policing mean. Recent global events such as human and drug trafficking, the COVID-19 pandemic, violent protests, cyber threats and terrorist activities underscore the vulnerabilities of our current security and digital policing posture. This book presents concepts, theories and digital policing applications, offering a comprehensive analysis of current and emerging trends in digital policing. Pursuing an evidence-based approach, it offers an extraordinarily perceptive and detailed view of issues and solutions regarding the crime and digital policing landscape. To this end, it highlights current technological and methodological solutions as well as advances concerning integrated computational and analytical solutions deployed in digital policing. It also provides a comprehensive analysis of the technical, ethical, legal, privacy and civil liberty challenges stemming from the aforementioned advances in the field of digital policing; and accordingly, offers detailed recommendations supporting the design and implementation of best practices including technical, ethical and legal approaches when conducting digital policing. The research gathered here fits well into the larger body of work on various aspects of AI, cybersecurity, national security, digital forensics, cyberterrorism, ethics, human rights, cybercrime and law. It provides a valuable reference for law enforcement, policymakers, cybersecurity experts, digital forensic practitioners, researchers, graduates and advanced undergraduates, and other stakeholders with an interest in counter-terrorism. In addition to this target audience, it offers a valuable tool for lawyers, criminologist and technology enthusiasts.

All-in On AI

All-in On AI

Author: Thomas H. Davenport

Publisher: Harvard Business Press

ISBN: 9781647824709

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 109

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A fascinating look at the trailblazing companies using artificial intelligence to create new competitive advantage, from the author of the business classic, Competing on Analytics, and the head of Deloitte's US AI practice. Though most organizations are placing modest bets on artificial intelligence, there is a world-class group of companies that are going all-in on the technology and radically transforming their products, processes, strategies, customer relationships, and cultures. Though these organizations represent less than 1 percent of large companies, they are all high performers in their industries. They have better business models, make better decisions, have better relationships with their customers, offer better products and services, and command higher prices. Written by bestselling author Tom Davenport and Deloitte's Nitin Mittal, All-In on AI looks at artificial intelligence at its cutting edge from the viewpoint of established companies like Anthem, Ping An, Airbus, and Capital One. Filled with insights, strategies, and best practices, All-In on AI also provides leaders and their teams with the information they need to help their own companies take AI to the next level. If you're curious about the next phase in the implementation of artificial intelligence within companies, or if you're looking to adopt this powerful technology in a more robust way yourself, All-In on AI will give you a rare inside look at what the leading adopters are doing, while providing you with the tools to put AI at the core of everything you do.

Artificial Intelligence and the Fourth Industrial Revolution

Artificial Intelligence and the Fourth Industrial Revolution

Author: Utpal Chakraborty

Publisher: CRC Press

ISBN: 9781000367881

Category: Computers

Page: 312

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This book presents the overall technology spectrum in artificial intelligence (AI) and the Fourth Industrial Revolution, which is set to revolutionize the world. It discusses their various aspects and related case studies from industry, academics, administration, law, finance, and accounting as well as educational technology. The contributors, who are experts in their respective fields and from industry and academia, focus on a gesture-recognition prototype for specially abled people; jurisprudential approach to AI and legal reasoning; automated chatbot for autism spectrum disorder using AI assistance; Big Data analytics and Internet of Things (IoT); role of AI in advancement of drug discovery; development, opportunities, and challenges of the Fourth Industrial Revolution; legal, ethical, and policy implications of AI; Internet of Health Things for smart healthcare and digital wellbeing; machine learning and computer vision; computer vision-based system for automation and industrial applications; AI-IoT in home-based healthcare; and AI in super-precision human brain and spine surgery. Buttressed with comprehensive theoretical, methodological, well-established, and validated empirical examples, the book covers the interests of a broad audience from basic science to engineering and technology experts and learners. It will be greatly helpful for CEOs, entrepreneurs, academic leaders, researchers, and students of engineering, biomedicine, and master’s programs in science as well as the vast workforce and students with technical or non-technical backgrounds. It also serves common public interest by presenting new methods to improve the quality of life in general, with a better integration into society.