Speaker: Grégory Bonnet, Associate Professor, GREYC Lab, Université de Normandie
Abstract: Recent years have been marked by computer science achievements suggesting that artificial intelligence, robots or autonomous machines will invest more and more in our daily environment. As a result of interacting more and more with humans, an interest in designing moral or ethical autonomous agents has been raised. In this talk, I will investigate first what kind of ethical issues autonomous agents may raise, and what could be an ethical autonomous agent. Then I will present logical architectures that may be useful to design autonomous agents embedded with explicit ethical reasoning capabilities, such as attributing causality and responsibilities, judging, deciding and acting according to ethical principles.
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