Machine Ethics in Florida

A special session “Formalising Robot Ethics” takes place within the ISAIM conference in Fort Lauderdale (3 to 5 January 2018). The program is now available and can be viewed on “Practical Challenges in Explicit Ethical Machine Reasoning” is a talk by Louise Dennis and Michael Fischer, “Contextual Deontic Cognitive Event Calculi for Ethically Correct Robots” a contribution of Selmer Bringsjord, Naveen Sundar G., Bertram Malle and Matthias Scheutz. Oliver Bendel will present “Selected Prototypes of Moral Machines”. A few words from the summary: “The GOODBOT is a chatbot that responds morally adequate to problems of the users. It’s based on the Verbot engine. The LIEBOT can lie systematically, using seven different strategies. It was written in Java, whereby AIML was used. LADYBIRD is an animal-friendly robot vacuum cleaner that spares ladybirds and other insects. In this case, an annotated decision tree was translated into Java. The BESTBOT should be even better than the GOODBOT.”

Fig.: Machine Ethics in Fort Lauderdale

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