Artificial Intelligence (AI) is humanity’s new frontier. Often viewed as the next wave of human evolution, AI has now officially taken center stage after enduring years of policy, technological, and investment setbacks that led to multiple AI winters.
However, with the increasing inclusion of AI in our daily lives, humanity is concerned with major ethical issues brought by this development, as demonstrated by the dispute over the use of facial recognition technologies in public security in China, the proliferation of DeepFake videos, the ruling for Uber’s self-driving crash in the United States, and the expanded adoption of conversational AI in both public and personal spaces. In all of these events, existing legal frameworks, such as laws, regulations, policies, and contracts, have proven inadequately equipped to address the ethical dilemmas created by AI.
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