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Artificial Intelligence (AI): AI Ethics

ARCS-AI (Academic Search Consulting and Services Department) is a library group that offers introductory level short AI tutorials and projects for the UF community

AI Ethics

 Simply, the UK’s Alan Turning Institute defines AI ethics as a set of values, principles and techniques that employ widely accepted standards of ‘right’ and ‘wrong’ to guide the development and use of AI technologies.

 While Stanford's Encyclopedia of Philosophy delves more deeply into the ethical issues that arise from AI systems as objects or tools made and used by humans.  General explanations of ethical issues such as, privacy, manipulation, opacity, bias, human-robot interaction, employment, effects of autonomy as well as ethics for machine systems are provided. Additionally, existing positions and arguments, are analyzed for how they interact current technologies and finally, what policy consequences may be drawn.


Monographs and Journal Articles


Ethics Frameworks & Guidelines

Ethical Data & AI Groups



Online Courses


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