The main principles of an Ethical Code for companies wishing to implement Artificial Intelligence (AI) in their business

Auteurs-es

  • Ioana Marcoux Global AI Ethics Institute, Paris, | International Group of Artificial Intelligence, Londres, Royaume Uni | EthIA Consulting

Mots-clés :

Artificial Intelligence | Ethics | Norms | Constructivism

Résumé

Artificial Intelligence is part of our lives and will be even more so in the years to come. The stakes of AI are enormous.  This study focuses particularly on framing an Ethical Code for companies wishing to implement AI in their business. The utilitarian point of view of ethics is necessary but not sufficient to the ethical analysis angle of an ethical code for AI.  Utilitarianism should be accompanied by the deontology and the ethics of virtue.

Biographie de l'auteur-e

Ioana Marcoux, Global AI Ethics Institute, Paris, | International Group of Artificial Intelligence, Londres, Royaume Uni | EthIA Consulting

Experte Global AI Ethics Institute, Paris

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10-03-2022

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Marcoux, I. (2022). The main principles of an Ethical Code for companies wishing to implement Artificial Intelligence (AI) in their business. Ethique Et Numérique, 1(1), 69–102. Consulté à l’adresse https://revues.imist.ma/index.php/Ethique-et-Numerique/article/view/31263