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Extended Abstract: The gradually increasing sophistication of semi-autonomous and autonomous robots and virtual agents has led some scholars to propose constraining these systems’ behaviors with programmed ethical principles (“machine ethics”). While impressive machine ethics theories and prototypes have been developed for narrow domains, several factors will likely prevent machine ethics from ensuring positive outcomes from advanced, cross-domain autonomous systems. This paper critically reviews existing approaches to machine ethics in general and Friendly AI in particular (an approach to constraining the actions of future self-improving AI systems favored by the Singularity Institute for Artificial Intelligence), finding that while such approaches may be useful for guiding the behavior of some semi-autonomous and autonomous systems in some contexts, these projects cannot succeed in guaranteeing ethical behavior and may introduce new risks inadvertently. Moreover, while some incarnation of machine ethics may be necessary for ensuring positive social outcomes from artificial intelligence and robotics, it will not be sufficient, since other social and technical measures will also be critically important for realizing positive outcomes from these emerging technologies.
Building an ethical autonomous machine requires a decision on the part of the system designer as to which ethical framework to implement. Unfortunately, there are currently no fully-articulated moral theories that can plausibly be realized in an autonomous system, in part because the moral intuitions that ethicists attempt to systematize are not, in fact, consistent across all domains. Unified ethical theories are all either too vague to be computationally tractable or vulnerable to compelling counter-examples, or both. [1,2] Recent neuroscience research suggests that, depending on the context of a given decision, we rely to varying extents on an intuitive, roughly deontological (means-based) moral system and on a more reflective, roughly consequentialist (ends-based) moral system, which in part explains the aforementioned tensions in moral philosophy. [3] While the normative significance of conflicting moral intuitions can be disputed, these findings at least have implications for the viability of building a machine whose moral system would be acceptable to most humans across all domains, particularly given the need for ensuring the internal consistency of a system’s programming. Should an unanticipated situation arise, or if the system were used outside its prescribed domain, negative consequences will likely result due to the inherent fragility of rule-based systems.
Moreover, the complex and uncertain relationship between actions and consequences in the world means that an autonomous system (or, indeed, a human) with an ethical framework that is (at least partially) consequentialist cannot be relied upon with full confidence in any non-trivial task domain, suggesting the practical need for context-appropriate heuristics and great caution in ensuring that moral decision-making in society does not become overly centralized.[4] The intrinsic complexity and uncertainty of the world, along with other constraints such as the inability to gather the necessary data, also doom approaches (such as Friendly AI) to derive a system’s utility function from extrapolation of humans’ preferences. There is also a risk that the logical implications derived from premises in a given ethical system may not be what humans working on machine ethics principles believe them to be (this is one of the categories of machine ethics risks highlighted in Isaac Asimov’s work[5]). In other words, machine ethicists are caught in a double-bind: they must either depend on rigid principles for addressing particular ethical issues, and thus risk catastrophic outcomes when those rules should in fact be broken[6], or they allow an autonomous system to reason from first principles or derive its utility function in an evolutionary fashion, and thereby risk the possibility that it will arrive at conclusions that the designer would not have initially consented to. Lastly, even breakthroughs in normative ethics would not ensure positive outcomes from the deployment of explicitly ethical autonomous systems. Several factors besides machine ethics proper — such as ensuring that autonomous systems are robust against hacking, developing appropriate social norms and policies for ensuring ethical behavior by those involved in developing and using autonomous systems, and the systemic risks that could be arise from dependence on ubiquitous intelligent machines — are briefly described and suggested as areas for further research in light of the intrinsic limitations of machine ethics.

By pairing the power of AI systems and human wisdom, scientists at Duke University hope to offer a tool for strengthening our moral capacities.

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Will Artificial Intelligence ever match the masterful leadership of an outstanding CEO, deeply moving writing of a great poet, or nurturing care of a hospital nurse?
Viktor Dörfler, Senior Lecturer at the University of Strathclyde Business School, who makes artificial intelligence and has interviewed 17 Nobel Laureates, takes the stand on inimitability of exceptional human performance. In his talk, Viktor contrasts the learning algorithms of Artificial Intelligence, with human learning, particularly with the learning journey of exceptionally high achievers. Viktor is a Senior Lecturer in Information & Knowledge Management and also holds a Visiting Professor position at the Business School of Zagreb University. He gained masters degrees in Mathematical Engineering, International Business Relations, Engineering Education and an MBA from Hungarian universities and holds a PhD from Strathclyde University. In his speech, Dr Dörfler will explore why artificial intelligence will never match up to human intuition based on his vast experience of learning from the nobel laureates and creating AI. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at

Princeton University researchers Arvind Narayanan, Aylin Caliskan and Joanna Bryson discuss their research on how human biases seep into artificial intelligence.

Human bias is a notorious hindrance to effective risk management, and humans have long relied on machines to help them compensate for these errors. In particular, algorithmic, rules-based decision-making has done much to limit human bias in risk analysis. Machine learning is now lifting this work to the next level by uncovering trends and correlations heretofore unknown, and by enabling real-time access to high-frequency data. CEOs from innovative big data companies will reveal some of the most exciting new discoveries and applications of this sophisticated technology.

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Max Tegmark has a proud reputation as an unconventional thinker. In this presentation, Professor Tegmark talks about his famous concept of the multiverse and his view that reality is a mathematical entity. And he makes this material very interesting and accessible to a wide audience –no expertise required.

Max Tegmark was raised in Sweden. He received his two bachelor degrees at different universities there, one in Physics from the Royal Institute of Technology, and the other in Economics at the Stockholm School of Economics. He then moved to University of CA Berkeley for his graduate work and received his PhD there in 1994.

He was a research associate with the Max-Planck-Institut für Physik in Munich, then a Hubble Fellow and a member of the Institute for Advanced Study, Princeton University. He joined the faculty of the University of Pennsylvania, but then was lured away by the MIT physics department, where he has been since 2004.
Dr. Tegmark has made major contributions to physics/cosmology, some of which he discusses in this presentation. He is a Fellow of the American Physical Society and has received numerous awards. – From the macro to the micro, do the laws of nature speak to a greater purpose? Join Oxford physicist Ard Louis and MIT physicist Max Tegmark at The Veritas Forum at MIT 2013.

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MIT Cosmologist Max Tegmark explains that gravity “slows down” time. Max shows that time is relative even out in the cosmos at a monster black hole.

Known as “Mad Max” for his unorthodox ideas and passion for adventure, Max Tegmark’s scientific interests range from precision cosmology to the ultimate nature of reality. He is author or coauthor of more than two hundred technical papers, twelve of which have been cited more than five hundred times. He has been featured in dozens of science documentaries, and his work with the SDSS collaboration on galaxy clustering shared the first prize in Science magazine’s “Breakthrough of the Year: 2003.” He holds a Ph.D. from the University of California, Berkeley, and is a physics professor at MIT.

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In This Video we’ll see most amazing and coolest ROBOTS. The family of robot animals from the German developer of robotics Festo is growing. The company presents many new robots, for example: a swarm of ants that can interact with each other, as well as butterflies and dragonflies, which are characterized by all the ease and grace of these insects. When they were created, the company focused not only on their appearance, but also on behavioral characteristics. The ants coordinate with each other all their actions and movements. Each ant, that is 13-centimeter long, has on its belly a radio module, through which precise coordination is carried out.

As for butterflies-robots. The weight of each butterfly is only 32 grams, this includes two servos, a pair of small batteries, and a laser-made casing. After one charging that lasts fifteen minutes, butterflies will be able to flutter for about 4 minutes. And their flight looks very impressive. There’re not just butterflies, but a whole system that consists of ten high-speed infrared cameras installed in a room where butterflies fly. They track the infrared markers installed on the robots, transmitting data in real time to the central computer; so that’s how coordination of butterflies is going in the space. You can hardly distinguish these bionic butterflies from the real ones in the room where they fly.

Robotic seagulls and dragonflies that can fly just like their living relatives. The seagull was developed in 2012. Later, a dragonfly, that can hang in the air no worse than its natural counterpart was invented. All the details of the dragonfly were made on a 3D printer, and you can control this miracle with a smartphone. Through these developments, the company could edge out the development market of flying drones, but it doesn’t need it. The technology of flying and hovering in the air is worked on these two prototypes.
The kangaroo robot. At the core of the BionicKangaroo is the mechanism of “recuperation” – it uses the energy recovered from one jump to help it make another. Real kangaroos quickly got tired and could not jump for a long time without this mechanism.

Springs that store mechanical energy on the landing and give it away on the next jump are used in this project. BionicKangaroo that weighs 7 kilograms and highs one meter can make a jump of 80 cm in length and 40 cm in height. The power supply system, that forces it to move, is a pneumatic accumulator. The robot is controlled by a special bandage that reads myoelectric signals from the human forearm.

Robot shark. This unmanned underwater facility – a robotic shark length of about one and a half meters and weigh up to 45 kg. Like a real fish, the robot uses the tail to move and control its movement. The robot moves in a fish way, so it is very difficult to distinguish it or at least isolate it on the background of a real marine fauna. It can swim above and dive to depth. Such shark can rich an enemy ship unnoticed. She can spy, repair ships, and arrange sabotage.

The robot-spider. From the beginning it is worth mentioning that the spider model was printed using the 3D printer. The engine is integrated with the servo motors of the paws, three in each: the resulting system provides simple control of flexible, plastic movements with convenient coordination from the control panel. He was shown in one of the series of MythBusters.

Underwater robot-snake. The mechanical snake is designed to perform maintenance and repair of various mechanisms on the seabed, mainly on oil platforms. It is capable of replacing costly autonomous underwater vehicles, easily slipping into places where cumbersome robots can not reach.






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In a leap for robotic development, the MIT researchers who built a robotic cheetah have now trained it to see and jump over hurdles as it runs — making this the first four-legged robot to run and jump over obstacles autonomously. (Learn more:

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From Anki: Say “Hey Vector.” Aware and reactive, Vector is a revolutionary robot made to help out and hang out. A companion who’s always happy to help, he’ll answer questions, take photos for you, set a timer for dinner, and more. Alive with personality, he’s excited to see you and reacts to sound, sight, and touch. Independent and alert, he self-charges, navigates around objects, and avoids edges. Smart and getting smarter, he’s cloud connected for updates to bring new capabilities and features to be a better helper at home. What’s Inside Vector? AI and advanced robotics: Qualcomm® 200 Platform to compute at a smartphone level. Capacitive Touch Sensor to sense being touched and held. Beamforming 4-Microphone Array to recognize natural speech and source. Ultra-Wide HD Camera to detect motion and identify people. 4 Drop Sensors to detect edges and avoid falls. Infrared Laser Scanner to track distance and map environments. 6-Axis Inertial Measurement Unit to know when he’s picked up or moved. High-Res Color IPS Display to convey a wide range of emotions. WiFi-Enabled Cloud Connection to bring new capabilities.

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We are all familiar with physical, industrial robots, but what about robots that work in offices? In fact, they are already taking up posts around the world alongside their human counterparts. What opportunities does the Virtual Workforce present, and why are organisations choosing them to facilitate better service, faster growth and to react more quickly to market opportunities? This talk examines the art of the possible and how a Virtual Workforce can increase both the job satisfaction of human workers and transform the way that enterprises and global service providers deliver value.

David Moss is CTO and Co-founder of Blue Prism Limited, a UK tech company formed in 2001 to pursue the dream of delivering the vision of robotics into the oce environment. David is a technologist and thought leader in the Robotic Process Automation movement and a pioneer in the creation of the Virtual Workforce concept.

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In this episode of Talks at GS, computer scientist Stuart J. Russell discusses how artificial intelligence is shaping both the future of innovation and the future of work and his views on how society can adapt to those changes. Learn More

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