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ETHICSOC 187: The Ethics, Law and Politics of Artificial Intelligence (PHIL 78E)

This course explores cutting-edge disputes in the ethics, law and politics of artificial intelligence. We will examine the relation between foundational questions about fairness, autonomy, corporate responsibility, and the value of human life; and practical questions about the ethical design and regulation of emerging technologies. Topics include superintelligence and existential risk, explainable intelligent systems, nudging and targeted advertising, and algorithmic fairness.
Terms: Spr | Units: 4 | UG Reqs: WAY-ER
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