What is AI? Why care about AI ethics? What are problems arising from AI being introduced into our contemporary society? Dr. Dr. Julia Puaschunder, researcher and behavioral economist based in New York, explores current ethical challenges arising with the increasing adoption of AI in everyday life.
#5 - AI and Behavioral Economics: Humanness in the Artificial Age
What does it mean to be human in the artificial age? What are key human qualifications that will not be replicable or replaceable by robots? Should we create AI that resembles human decision or strive for rationality?Dr. Dr. Julia Puaschunder, researcher and behavioral economist, explains the two different behavioral economics schools of North American and Europe and their implications regarding the introduction of AI in our contemporary society.https://juliampuaschunder.com
#4 - AI and Democracy: Ancient Rome
Reaping benefits of AI resembles AI being like slaves. What are the similarities, what the differences to slaves? What are the advantages, what disadvantages arise? Should we treat AI as slaves? Dr. Dr. Julia Puaschunder, researcher and behavioral economist, discusses ancient Rome and its slavery system, which upheld certain ethical standards in order to maintain a positive social glue within society.https://juliampuaschunder.com
#3 - AI and Democracy: Civil Code under Napoleon
AI is becoming a crucial part of everyday life. The overarching goal of the introduction of AI in our contemporary society should be AI and humans living together in harmony based on mutual respect and positive social norms. This may require a definition of a new kind of citizens with different economic and social rights and responsibilities.Dr. Dr. Julia Puaschunder, researcher and behavioral economist, discusses how lawmakers can learn from the French legal Code Napoléon, the first civil code that inspired most contemporary legal civil codes.https://juliampuaschunder.com
#2 - AI and Democracy: Ancient Athens
The introduction of AI in our contemporary society will undoubtedly have a lasting effect on our democracy. Dr. Dr. Julia Puaschunder, researcher and behavioral economist, discusses AI gaining citizenship and how it could lead to a democracy inspired by the ancient Athenian city state.https://juliampuaschunder.com
#1 - Introduction into AI Ethics
Dr. Dr. Julia Puaschunder, researcher and behavioral economist, gives an overview of important topics and upcoming podcast episodes dealing with artificial intelligence ethics. https://juliampuaschunder.com
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In the U.S., don’t refer to slave law (ancient Roman or otherwise) so casually. Scholarly discourse calls for cultural respect. There is no need to justify the approaches to AI law you suggest by referencing slaves. Simply omit that from further discussion and advocacy.