Otherwises, and the contribution of the arts and humanities to ethical AI – Άρθρο της Alison Powell (Ada Lovelace Institute)Γιάννης Κουκουλάς
In this series of articles we’ve already heard several calls for deeper thinking about data and AI ethics from humanities perspective – notably from John Tasioulas and Shannon Vallor. In response, I suggest a shift to observing the ethical aspects of practice.
Humanistic scholarship is broad, comprising the disciplines of art, history, classics and English literature, along with areas of scholarship that have grown out of the intersections between established disciplines: area studies like African, Slavic or American studies, cultural studies, modern languages training that focuses on continental philosophy, or media and communication, and design.
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Το άρθρο φιλοξενείται στον ιστότοπο του Ada Lovelace Institute