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PHI 350 Technology and Ethics Research Paper.
Subject: Artificial Intelligence
Abstract: Are there ethical uses for AI, Do we as humans want to have a machine make ethical
decisions? Possibly narrow the topic down to AI use in weapons systems, automobiles, AI robots for
home care,
 bring into the paper ORM list some sinarios where AI is might need to make an ethical decision,
then list them by most severe risk to least Attempt to focus on current technology and not
theoretical possibilities if possible.
Current sources list:
TO BE REVIEWED:
On the Morality of Artificial Agents, by Luciano Floridi and J.W. Sanders from Minds and Machine
14:349-379, 2004
Machine Ethics: Creatin an Ethical Intelligent Agent, by Michael Anderson and Susan Liegh Anderson
from AI magazine Volume 28 Number 4, 2007
The Challenge of Raising Ethical Awareness: a Case-Based Aiding System for Use by Commputing
and ICT Students by Don Sherratt, Simon Rogerson and N. Ben Fairweather from Science and
Engineering Ethics 11: 299-315, 2005
The Status of Machine Ethics: A Report Form the AAAI Symposium by Michael Anderson and Susan
Leigh Anderson from Minds and Machines 17:1-10, 2007
The Ethics of Robot Servitude by Stephen Peterson of Niagara University, Niagara NY from Journal of
Experimental & Theoretical Artificial Intelligence vol. 19 No. 1 March 2007, 43-54
REVIEWED and ACCEPTED: