Research Handbook on Meaningful Human Control of Artificial Intelligence Systems

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Research Handbook on Meaningful Human Control of Artificial Intelligence Systems

9781802204124 Edward Elgar Publishing
Edited by Giulio Mecacci, Assistant Professor, Department of AI, Radboud University, the Netherlands, Daniele Amoroso, Professor of International Law, University of Cagliari, Italy, Luciano Cavalcante Siebert, Assistant Professor, Interactive Intelligence Group, David Abbink, Professor in Human-Robot Interaction, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering and Faculty of Industrial Design Engineering, Jeroen van den Hoven, Professor of Ethics and Technology and Filippo Santoni de Sio, Associate Professor in Ethics and Philosophy of Technology, Delft University of Technology, the Netherlands
Publication Date: July 2024 ISBN: 978 1 80220 412 4 Extent: c 400 pp
This prescient Research Handbook analyses the ethical development of Artificial Intelligence systems through the prism of meaningful human control. It encapsulates a multitude of disciplinary lenses including technical, philosophical and legal, making a crucial contribution to the ongoing discourse about control and responsibility in the field of AI.

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This prescient Research Handbook analyses the ethical development of Artificial Intelligence systems through the prism of meaningful human control. It encapsulates a multitude of disciplinary lenses including technical, philosophical and legal, making a crucial contribution to the ongoing discourse about control and responsibility in the field of AI.

The Research Handbook combines empirical insights from various fields to examine the emergence of responsible AI development. These perspectives are discussed in relation to key topics including automated intelligent mobility, recommender and decision-support systems, cure and care, and AI in the military. Contributors examine diverse problems, requirements and context-specific approaches to responsible AI development, ultimately providing the reader with a transdisciplinary view of the subject and highlighting the way forward on both an individual and societal level.

Bringing together a wide range of experts, this Research Handbook is an essential read for scholars of science and technology, law, philosophy of technology, security studies and innovation policy. It also appeals to those involved in the development of AI technology and policy, from policymakers aiming to codify human-centric AI to computer scientists engaging in the design of responsible AI.
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‘This book is an outstanding collection of original essays on an extremely important contemporary set of problems pertaining to human control of AI systems. How can such control be engineered, and what is the relationship between accounts of the control implicated in human moral responsibility and those pertinent to AI systems? These questions and others are explored from an interdisciplinary perspective. The authors are first-rate and the editors have done a very fine job of organizing the collection. Very highly recommended!’
– John Martin Fischer, University of California, US
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