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Machine ethics: The design and governance of ethical AI and autonomous systems

Winfield, Alan F.; Michael, Katina; Pitt, Jeremy; Evers, Vanessa


Katina Michael

Jeremy Pitt

Vanessa Evers


© 1963-2012 IEEE. The so-called fourth industrial revolution and its economic and societal implications are no longer solely an academic concern, but a matter for political as well as public debate. Characterized as the convergence of robotics, AI, autonomous systems and information technology - or cyberphysical systems - the fourth industrial revolution was the focus of the World Economic Forum, at Davos, in 2016 [1]. Also in 2016 the US White House initiated a series of public workshops on artificial intelligence (AI) and the creation of an interagency working group, and the European Parliament Committee for Legal Affairs published a draft report with recommendations to the Commission on Civil Law Rules on Robotics.

Journal Article Type Article
Publication Date Mar 7, 2019
Journal Proceedings of the IEEE
Print ISSN 0018-9219
Publisher Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers
Peer Reviewed Not Peer Reviewed
Volume 107
Issue 3
Pages 509-517
APA6 Citation Winfield, A. F., Michael, K., Pitt, J., & Evers, V. (2019). Machine ethics: The design and governance of ethical AI and autonomous systems. Proceedings of the IEEE, 107(3), 509-517.
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