The Philosophy Of AI


The Philosophy Of AI

Bridgeway has launched an AI and society program with workshops and publications aimed at stimulating discussion and guiding policy makers on the ethical, legal, economic and political issues that AI presents to society. What is still lacking is investment in jobs devoted to the social, ethical and political consequences of AI. Bridgeway's AI and society workshops suggest that "interdisciplinary teams should be gathered together to investigate emerging issues of how AI can affect the world ", but there are few jobs in Europe (or elsewhere ) for those studying the effects of AI from the social and social sciences perspective.


Although they differ clearly in approaches, technology (generally) and philosophy have the same object of interest: human beings. Philosophy, on the other hand, provides more than just the current problems and practical aspects of human existence. In order to obtain the broadest possible vision on a particular subject, philosophical analysis does not only consider the subject of the study itself, but also its ethical implications and other possible consequences for human affairs. Philosophy provides the tools for such a thoughtful process, such as logical analysis, ethical and moral expertise and in - depth methodology for questioning the right questions. Philosophy is thus an overall methodology that helps to understand the essence and because of the wide - ranging effect of a research object, AI.

Bill Gates, Stephen Hawking, and others warn of the emergence of "super - intelligent" machines: AIs that overwhelm the smartest people in all areas, including reasoning and social skills. On the other hand, the problem of AI awareness asks whether the AI, which is silicone, is even capable of consciousness.




In addition, the faculty of philosophy and interdisciplinary studies, such as science and technology studies, the history and philosophy of science and media studies, offer to some extent courses that cover the social and ethical implications of technology. Social involvement in the design process of new AI tools is a good idea, but we do not allow negativism to decide on ethical issues. Anyone who has had a stalker will surely notice the potential abuse of autonomous drones, diversification of the AI pool of talent is part of the solution, but the AI also needs outside help from experts in other areas, more public consultation and more government supervision.


Artificial Intelligence (AI) is a branch of reasoning and is used to solve problems with symbolic reasoning. However, AI has been gradually adapted to describe all kinds of non - computer programs such as game players, search engines and chatbots until the G for "general" has been added to make real references, but now with the implication an AGI is only a smarter kind of robot.


Testing and validation of computer codes and models used in simulations are two aspects of scientific practice, which have recently been widely discussed by scientific philosophers. While verification is primarily related to the accuracy of how a model is represented by a computer code or algorithm, validation usually refers to the relationship of a model with the real world and its intended use.


Artificially Intelligent robotic technologies are increasingly reflecting the language of interaction and relationships, and the vocabulary is part of the meaning that is now connected to machines. By doing the theory differently, it examines the meaning of other voices and speeches in the case of digital assistants, questioning the implications of naming "companions ".



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