The ethics of artificial intelligence have captured the attention of scholars from different fields. Prominent views suggest integrating ethical values in the programming code, evangelize artificial agents into a specific religion, regulating and auditing the behavior of artificial agents. Despite the plausibility of these views, the missing block is the need to consolidate all of them in a holistic framework for managing ethical threats. This framework should focus on identifying sources of ethical threats, types of threats, priorities, consequences, and mitigation measures. Attempting to bridge this gap, we outline key sources of ethical hazards of artificial agents. We also provide examples of these hazards that need mitigation measures.
Abdel-Aal, Abdelnasser, "On Patching the Moral Vulnerabilities of Artificial Intelligence" (2021). AMCIS 2021 TREOs. 47.
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