Imposing Ethics on Robots It is candid beyond any reasonable doubt that the proliferation of Artificial Intelligence in the form of robotics has escalated exponentially for the previous three decades. In the sense that robots have been gradually incorporated in diverse fields and industries. As a consequence tasks which previously were considered relatively complex and cumbersome could be executed with ease through the help of a robot. Moreover Artificial Intelligence has boosted accuracy and precision in the process of executing tasks. With that in mind it is therefore explicit that robots have a myriad of advantages on humanity. Nonetheless even with tremendous merits it is imperative that individuals should be guaranteed about safety in the process of interacting with the robot. For instance an automated car should assure its user safety while at the same time guaranteeing protection of the car from all manner of damages. The robot owners should shield its existence provided that it does not violate the first and the second rule. Imposing ethical behaviors therefore to a great extent minimizes the threats that a robot could pose to humanity as well as its existence by instilling an ethical system that enables it to distinguish right from wrong. Finally by integrating an ethical system it affirms that the probability of the robot making the right decision is relatively high. The ethical capability facilitates the robot to weigh between alternatives to ascertain the best decision CITATION Eth17 \l 1033 (Kenneth 2017). References BIBLIOGRAPHY Asaro P. (2006). What Should We Want From a Robot Ethic? International Review of Information Ethics 6(13) 9-15. Boden M. Bryson J. & Caldwell D. (2017). Principles of Robotics: Regulating Robots in the Real World. Connect Science 29(2) 124-129. Kenneth P. (2017). Ethical Artificial Intelligence-An Open Question. Journal of Multidisciplinary Developments 2(2) 15-27. [...]
Essay Question: Should owners be able to set ethical rules of behavior for their own robots? *Knowledge in Microsoft Word operations** 3-4 pages. I will take care of the cover page, as it does not count toward page requirement. Very basic introductory college computer course. The assignment handed out in class is attached, and contains specific info. on how to format the document as well as a rubric.