Potential deployments of AI and intelligent robots raise ethical questions about the impacts they may have on human well-being, just like other powerful tools or technologies such as nuclear power or genetic engineering.
Unlike other technologies, intelligent robots and other AIs have the potential to act, and to be considered, as members of our society. Since they will make their own decisions about the actions they take, it is appropriate for humans to expect them to behave ethically. This requires AI research with the goal of understanding the structure, content, and purpose of ethical knowledge, well enough to implement ethics in artificial agents.
This document collects useful resources for this research.
AAAI/ACM Conference on Artificial Intelligence, Ethics, and Society (AIES)
ACM Conference on Fairness, Accountability, and Transparency (ACM FAccT)
AI Ethics Guidelines, a global inventory maintained by AlgorithmWatch.org.
MIT Case Studies in Social and Ethical Responsibilities of Computing (SERC).
The Blind Men and the Elephant, a children's poem that teaches an important epistemological lesson about combining insights from multiple sources.