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Hyperbole or Hypothetical? Ethics for AI in the Future of Applied Pedagogy

Hayes, Catherine (2023) Hyperbole or Hypothetical? Ethics for AI in the Future of Applied Pedagogy. In: Creative Artificial Intelligence Tools and Ethical Implications in Teaching. IGI Global, Pennsylvania, USA. (In Press)

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Debates and sensationalised presentations of Artificial Intelligence (AI) across the media and in scientific and industrial contexts have shaped public perception of its potential benefits and the profound way the potential for harm ought to be acknowledged. This chapter provides a theoretical insight into how AI can be objectively debated amidst the hyperbole surrounding its implementation and the potential for the inaccessible to be made accessible over forthcoming months and years. A new level of paradigmatic sufficiency in terms of underpinning future practice with due regard for the ethical philosophy and sociology within which it will be based.

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Uncontrolled Keywords: Agency, Algorithm, Autonomous Weapons, Epistemic Bias, Existentialism, Hacking, Reliability, AI Safety, Sentient/Sentience, Validity
Depositing User: Catherine Hayes


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Date Deposited: 16 Jun 2023 14:53
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