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Instilling Morality in Machines

Instilling Morality in Machines

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The talk describes work done on multiagent simulations of morality during strategic interactions. The various agents in the simulation make choices about whether to cooperate or not based on each agent's weighting of five moral attributes (reciprocity, harm avoidance, loyalty, authority, purity). The purpose of the simulation is to see how the population evolves over time, and to provide insights into how large numbers of distributed, autonomous systems might be programmed with respect to moral decision-making and behavior.
The talk describes work done on multiagent simulations of morality during strategic interactions. The various agents in the simulation make choices about whether to cooperate or not based on each agent's weighting of five moral attributes (reciprocity, harm avoidance, loyalty, authority, purity). The purpose of the simulation is to see how the population evolves over time, and to provide insights into how large numbers of distributed, autonomous systems might be programmed with respect to moral decision-making and behavior.

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Instilling Morality in Machines
David Burke
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 Nuts & Bold Ideas Seminar 
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February 9, 2011
 
© 2011 Galois, Inc. All rights reserved.
Robots are coming!
Actroid F - Robotic Nurse 
Tsukuba Center, National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology, Japan
 
© 2011 Galois, Inc. All rights reserved.
Huge Implications
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Increasingly sophisticated information processingleads to more judgment and decision-making;hence, more autonomy.
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(Aside: Human beings anthropomorphize at thedrop of a hat.)
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Result: we’re dealing with them as moral agents --they have beliefs, goals, responsibilities.
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How do you instill morality in a machine? 

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