Responsible AI: Law and Advancing Moral Responsibilization
CEUR Workshop Proceedings, Volume 3582
AbstractThis paper explores the concept of responsible artificial intelligence (AI) as two-dimensional, related to process and outcome. It discusses the limits of the law and liability to further ethical principles, especially given the AI lifecycle and value chain. Thus, the work relies on concepts of responsible innovation and responsibility as a virtue to discuss individual moral responsibilization narratives. The view is that it requires aiding tools like flagging words to alert people in the AI value chain of the need to implement ethical considerations in specific stages and lead by their particular roles. The paper aims to contribute to the intersection between legal, ethical and technical considerations, leaning on expanding the array of tools to produce responsible AI.
Responsible AI, AI governance, Ethical Principles
Gonzalez Torres , A P 2023 , ' Responsible AI: Law and Advancing Moral Responsibilization ' , CEUR Workshop Proceedings , vol. 3582 , pp. 147-155 . < https://ceur-ws.org/Vol-3582/FP_12.pdf >