Bruce Baker believes that no matter how intelligent AIs become, they will not be able to make good ethical decisions based on wisdom. AIs may make smarter decisions based on ethical reasoning, but such decisions are merely quantitative and utilitarian.
The reason for this is simple, according to Baker. With AI, there is no search for understanding a context, an in effect, there is no growth through wisdom. Ethics, which requires deep understanding of people and situations, cannot be truly addressed by AI. Read Baker’s article below to find some examples.
Question to Reflect On
If AI can never create a truly ethical decisions, how can we be sure that the decisions and actions it makes will always be for the benefit of humanity, its creator?
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