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WE NEED TO TALK ABOUT ETHICS AI DATA AND THE CHALLENGE OF FRAMEWORKS
How do you train AI not to misbehave? Scientists in the US and Brazil seem to have come up with an answer, at least according to a combined University of Massachusetts Amherst, Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sol and Stanford paper called Preventing undesirable behavior of intelligent machines. In a nod to author Isaac Asimov's character Hari Seldon, the group has developed what it terms a "Seldonian algorithm", a framework for machine learning designers to build behaviour-avoidance instructions into algorithms used in real world products and services.Asimov's three laws of robotics, from his 1942 short story Runaround, are well referenced. The paper attempts to focus on the first law, to never hurt humans, using a new technique that uses mathematical algorithms to translate goals, such as avoiding gender bias, into instructions for machine-learning algorithms to train AI applications. READ MORE