Ethical Issues Of Artificial Intelligence

1443 WordsApr 25, 20176 Pages
This essay will illustrate whether there are ethical issues in artificial intelligence (AI), facts and matters relate to the ethical arguments, classifying by using act utilitarian to compare the pros and cons as well as whether the net utility will boost or decline, utilizing two of the Kant’s categorical imperative rules to identify the ethical issues on AI, and lastly is estimating ethical summary why ethical issues is vital with the personal opinion. AI has been reformed over the time period and now people are assisted by intelligent robots. In the beginning, the concept of AI actually appeared even a few hundred years earlier than the idea of the industrial revolution and the original purpose of AI was to resolve the puzzle or…show more content…
Therefore, the way of testing on 3D human model will decrease animal abuse that follows the rule of act utilitarianism. In addition, soon, abundant AI androids will be effectively working together and finding low-cost approaches to create new medications, which is done AI not by humans. Because future androids will have unlimited stamina and highly intelligent to heal patients and assistant doctor to do the most subtle operations which are extremely complicated tasks. So those androids will help and burden doctor’s duties and which matches with the rule of act utilitarian. The latter one also follows the rule of act utilitarianism by maximising medical achievement and minimising the risks. While in contrast, the others reckon that AI would not help human, eliminate human being from the planet. Julia Bossmann (2016) assumed that AI would become devil brilliance. The difference between human and android is human belief system in utilitarian especially they are following the act utilitarian such as there are more people becoming vegans in order to stop killing animals, while android as machine are controlled and do not have belief system or have emotion of what the right things
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