Top nine ethical issues in Artificial Intelligence (AI), as stated by World Economic Forum, are:

  1. Unemployment
  2. Inequality
  3. Humanity
  4. Artificial stupidity
  5. Racist Robots
  6. Security
  7. Evil genies
  8. Singularity
  9. Robot rights

And as we see, here is the explanation of how and what was the principle behind designing a robot called Jill Watson that served as a teaching assistant for an online course at Georgia Tech, fooled students into thinking it was human.

At TowardsAI, we invite your perspective on the issue. Should we choose autonomy over regulation? Or, pursue safety in AI research? Constitute local / global authorities to verify every AI launch?