The ethics and governance of AI

From the Harvard Law Bulletin, summer 2018, “The morality in the machines.”

“Its goal: to research and brainstorm new legal and moral rules for artificial intelligence and other technologies built on complex algorithms.[…] ‘Companies are building technology that will have very, very significant impacts on our lives,’ says HLS Clinical Professor Christopher Bavitz, faculty co-director of the Berkman Klein Center and another leader of the AI initiative’s research. ‘They are raising issues that can only be addressed if you have lawyers, computer scientists, ethicists, economists and business folks working together.'”

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