The Moral AI chair explores the way humans and machines treat each other when they make decisions with a moral component. This includes contexts in which humans and machines cooperate or collude with each other, contexts in which machines make consequential decisions for human well-being, and contexts in which machines can shed new light on the consequential decisions that humans make about other humans.
Some examples on ongoing projects include:
- Exploring how humans want self-driving cars to distribute risks between road users
- Exploring the trust that humans have in the cooperative potentials of machines
- Exploring the willingness of humans to be morally assessed by machines
- Exploring the social status that humans give to machines and the resulting power dynamics
- Using machine learning to learn about the implicit attitudes of judges
- Utiliser l’apprentissage automatique pour en savoir plus sur les préjugés humains concernant l’apparence du visage des autres.
Chair holder Jean-François Bonnefon
- Ingela Alger (CNRS, TSE-R)
- Daniel Chen (CNRS, TSE-R)
- Zoe Purcell 2020
- Bence Bago 2020
No AI without ethics, with Jean-François Bonnefon
Jean-François Bonnefon has become a world-renowned specialist in the question of the moral dilemmas of autonomous vehicles. Portrait.