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Ethical AI: Bridging Perspectives for Responsible Technology and Interdisciplinary Discourse

EasyChair Preprint no. 12710

12 pagesDate: March 22, 2024


In the era of rapid technological advancement, the ethical implications of artificial intelligence (AI) have become increasingly prominent. As AI systems are integrated into various aspects of society, understanding and addressing their ethical dimensions is crucial for ensuring responsible technological development. This paper explores the interdisciplinary dialogues surrounding ethical AI, aiming to unite diverse perspectives and foster collaboration for the advancement of responsible tech. Through an analysis of ethical frameworks, case studies, and stakeholder perspectives, this paper elucidates the complex ethical challenges posed by AI and highlights the importance of interdisciplinary discourse in addressing them. By bridging perspectives from fields such as computer science, philosophy, law, sociology, and ethics, this paper advocates for a holistic approach to AI ethics that considers technological capabilities, societal values, and human well-being. Through collaborative efforts and cross-disciplinary engagement, we can strive towards the development and deployment of AI systems that align with ethical principles and contribute positively to society.

Keyphrases: case studies, Ethical AI, ethical frameworks, interdisciplinary discourse, responsible technology, stakeholder perspectives

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  author = {Wajid Kumar},
  title = {Ethical AI: Bridging Perspectives for Responsible Technology and Interdisciplinary Discourse},
  howpublished = {EasyChair Preprint no. 12710},

  year = {EasyChair, 2024}}
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