ETHICS: Consequently, ethical decision-making may always need to keep a human in the loop, at least until that glorious (or dreaded) day when we can trust AI to do everything and anything in our lives. (Photo: Istock)
ETHICS: Consequently, ethical decision-making may always need to keep a human in the loop, at least until that glorious (or dreaded) day when we can trust AI to do everything and anything in our lives. (Photo: Istock)

Developing a Turing test for ethical AI

AI is ready for a new challenge: Can we train the machine behind the curtain to incorporate humanistic ethics into its processes?

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