Can AI make ethical decisions? Ethyka by Acuilae wants to train AI systems to reason like humans


Ethyka, an AI training module, sets the ethical principles and conditioning for AI systems in applications ranging from chatbots to autonomous cars

In 1942, before the first robot had even been built, science fiction writer Isaac Asimov came up with the Three Laws of Robotics, a set of rules to govern their usage in an ethical manner. First, a robot may not injure a human being or allow one to incur harm. Second, a robot must obey human orders except when they would cause harm to humans. Third, a robot must protect its own existence unless doing so means disobeying one of the first two laws.More than 75 years later, and 64 years after the first robot was developed, Spanish startup Acuilae has developed a new AI module, Ethyka, which appli...
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