Editor: Steven S. Gouveia
Description: This book discusses in an informal but informed language with some of the biggest experts on the Philosophy and Ethics of Artificial Intelligence. Its goal is to provide an accessible but rigorous introduction to some of the most relevant ethical problems raised by our current technology in today’s world in a rare format for academics: the interview style.
With the Participation of:
- Peter Singer (Princeton, USA / Melbourne, Australia);
- Paul Thagard (Waterloo University, Canada);
- Shoji Nagataki (Chukyo University, Japan);
- Hajo Greif (Technical University of Munich, Germany);
- David Harris Smith (McMaster University, Canada);
- Pii Telaviki (University of Helsinki, Finland);
- Sabina Leonelli (University of Exter, England);
- Francesca Minerva (University of Milan, Italy);
- Fabio Fossa (Politecnico di Milano, Italy);
- Wulf Loh (University of Tübingen, Germany);
- Shawn Kaplan (Adelphi University, USA);
- Radu Uszkai (Bucharest University of Economic Studies, Romania);
- Joshua Jowitt (Newcastle University, England).