AI and Ethics Presentaton Powerpoint
I require a powerpoint presentation using the following outline. Powerpoint must be a minumum of 6 Minutes in length
Technology has helped us to move on from overworking
ourselves to making it easy by creating robots that do almost everything that
human beings can do. The Question that is mostly asked is whether they are safe
for humans even with all its benefits. Concerns raised are mostly quaint, for
example, people argue that trains are too fast and telephones will completely
change humans because they destroy personal communication.
· Body Points
1. Ø Artificial Intelligence
is understood as the man-made computerized system that has an intelligent
behavior or is able to achieve the set goal.
2. Ø Humans cannot record a
wide range of experiences while machines do it easily.
3. Humans have the ability to choose depending on the changing
situation and choose what is relevant (Yapo, 2018).
4. Machines do specifically what they are programmed to do
which may result to decisions that are not comprehensible to humans.
5. Ø AI is not completely
safe for decision making because some decisions require collective experiences
6. Ø Decision making should
not be left on the hands of programmed machines no matter how intelligent they
7. Ø The decisions made
should have high standard of fairness, trust and equalness rather than
8. Ø AI machines end up
lacking accountability and robustness hence not able to make decisions right in
a society (Hauer, 2018).
9. Ø AI applications are used
in sensitive sectors like medical diagnosis, financial institutions and
military services (Dignum, 2018).
10. Ø This is a world where
things are changing and where complex decisions are made.
Data-driven processes should not completely rely on AI
algorithms because it will lead to biased decisions against our ethical values.
These algorithms are created by human beings who themselves are biased hence
end up passing it to the algorithms they have created. AI applications are
beneficial to human beings but should be reviewed frequently and still have
someone to look over them.
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2018 AAAI/ACM Conference on AI,
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Hauer, T. (2018). Society and the second age of machines:
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and artificial intelligence: cases from the
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Yapo, A., & Weiss, J. (2018, January). Ethical
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