AI Will Change War: but will it be for the better or worse?

Artificial Intelligence Ethics

As countries compete with each other to see who will be the first to regulate AI, another race is taking place in the shadows – the race of AI warfare. In the upcoming EU AI Act, not much emphasis is given to AI systems used for military purposes. Such systems are exempt from any EU regulations and, one could say, are given a free pass. With the unfortunate events that have led to a war in eastern Europe, policymakers’ views might quickly take a different turn, especially as we might be standing on the threshold of the first AI War.

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Credit scoring and the puzzle of fairness metrics

Imagine a world where the decision of whether you will get the mortgage for your first house will be determined according to how often you talk to your mother or what route you take to get to work? Imagine a world where the decision of whether you will get the mortgage for your first house will be determined according to how often you talk to your mother or what route you take to get to work?

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When ethics end and lip service begins

Imagine a world where the decision of whether you will get the mortgage for your first house will be determined according to how often you talk to your mother or what route you take to get to work? Imagine a world where the decision of whether you will get the mortgage for your first house will be determined according to how often you talk to your mother or what route you take to get to work?

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Technology has no morals

Artificial Intelligence Ethics

Imagine a world where the decision of whether you will get the mortgage for your first house will be determined according to how often you talk to your mother or what route you take to get to work? Imagine a world where the decision of whether you will get the mortgage for your first house will be determined according to how often you talk to your mother or what route you take to get to work?

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