The ethical discussion of autonomous vehicles has been fairly one-sided. It has focused on how vehicles should behave in case of an unavoidable crash and how is responsible if the vehicle crashes. But why don’t we talk about safety?
Granted the current technological development of AI, the evaluation of risks of AI are highly relevant. Some proponents of AI safety have suggested elaborate scenarios of AI risks , which strikes others as implausible and hence—or so they argue—ought to be ignored . Thus, the question of how much attention we should give to implausible scenarios is a highly relevant issue to resolve. Interestingly, there […]