Validation of Ethical Principles for AI

Ethics is becoming one of major concerns related to AI uses, such as inconclusive evidence, inscrutable evidence, misguided evidence, unfair outcomes, transformative effects, and traceability. As a result, there are increasing active debates about the ethical principles and values that should guide AI’s development and deployment in recent years. Therefore, it is imperative to identify the right set of fundamental ethical principles to inform the design, regulation, and use of AI and leverage it to benefit as well as respect individuals and societies. There is a rapid increase in the number and variety of ethical principles and guidelines for AI from various parties including governmental and inter-governmental organisations, private sectors, universities, as well as research institutes. This project aims to:

(Randall Munroe,