Artificial intelligence will teach the rules of good tokamaks Wolf | 11.07.2020
As reported by the publication ScienceDaily, researchers from the University of Warwick (University of Warwick),
Imperial College London (Imperial College London), EPFL (Lausanne) and Sciteb Ltd developed the “principle of unethical optimization”, artificial intelligence helps to identify and cull
“unethical” scheme of work with consumers and the General population.
In scientific work, published by Royal Society Open Science, which is called “the Principle
unethical optimization”, the scientists described the details of construction of the principles of selection “ethical” that meet generally accepted moral norms and the formal laws of strategies that can be applied for
commercial and other work with users of various services, users of services and purchasers of products.
As an example of unethical schemes is provided, for example, the following, described by the British newspaper, which held in 2018 a study and found that if you enter data into the calculator insurance
company, if you make the name of Mohammed Smith terms more favorable than if you enter the name John Smith.
A prerequisite for conducting such research was, by their description, not so much sudden in the scientific community a love of simple, not too burdened mathematical
educated people, and the demands of regulators and business. Latest today or in the near future risk running into a giant penalties for “unethical” schemes that are used to
constant increase in sales. Such schemes today often chooses not even the sales Manager, and artificial intelligence based on the data about the activity and behaviour
The goal of product manufacturers and service providers to offer as quickly as possible, that is, at the right time is something that will want to buy a particular person or organization. Development of legal
services (also, quite a seller) can initiate action for “unethical behavior” like the behavior of the seller. The consumer, learning about how the supplier of goods or services visited
about his preferences, maybe it’s corny to be offended. But it may apply to the regulator, which, in turn, has the right (if it is stipulated by law) to put a serious penalty.
It is obvious that the current fines and the probability of their use have made regulators, business, and scientists pay close attention to the problem and initiated the creation of the mentioned
the principles of “ethical” filter, allowing businesses to rely on harmless and law-abiding scheme.
Given the current trends towards the strengthening of the struggle for various rights and for equality and justice, the principle of ethyltoluene any suspicious schemes that have a chance to be named
consumers “unethical” may soon become one of the basic work in artificial intelligence.
The developers are confident that the application of this principle of optimization and identify unethical schemes will help to improve the work of AI in the process of learning.
Journal: Journal IT-News, Subscription to magazines