Ethics on Artificial Intelligence in the academic field

 In Technological innovation and intelligent systems

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Artificial Intelligence (AI) is a constantly evolving technology that has the potential to significantly change our lives. However, it also raises important ethical concerns. In this article, we will discuss some of the main ethical concerns in relation to AI, as well as some of the possible solutions to address them.

One of the main ethical concerns in relation to AI is the fear that it could be used to control or monitor people. With the increased ability of AI to process and analyze large amounts of data, it may be used to collect personal information and use it to monitor people’s actions. This could have serious implications for privacy and individual liberty.

Another ethical concern in relation to AI is automated decision-making that affects people, such as hiring a job or accessing public services. If the AI is programmed with biased data, it can make unfair and even discriminatory decisions.

In addition, AI also raises ethical concerns in relation to security. As AI is increasingly used in critical systems, such as transportation systems or critical infrastructure, any failure or malfunction could have serious consequences.

To address these ethical concerns, it is necessary to take an ethical approach to the development and use of AI. This could include implementing strong security and privacy measures, as well as creating mechanisms to ensure that AI is used in a fair and non-discriminatory manner. In addition, it is important to involve a variety of stakeholders, including ethicists and community representatives, in the development and regulation of AI.

In order to respond to these and other ethical questions, Tknika is going to organize a Webinar in which relevant experts from all over Spain will participate to tell their experiences and their points of view to address the ethical aspect in education. This will be held online on Thursday, February 23 from 5:00 p.m. to 6:30 p.m.

In short, AI presents significant ethical challenges that need to be addressed to ensure it is used responsibly and beneficially for all. It is important to take measures to ensure privacy, non-discrimination and security, as well as to involve a variety of stakeholders in the development and regulation of AI.