Book edited by Luciano Floridi.
Published by Springer.
This book offers a synthesis of investigations on the ethics, governance and policies affecting the design, development and deployment of artificial intelligence (AI). Each chapter can be read independently, but the overall structure of the book provides a complementary and detailed understanding of some of the most pressing issues brought about by AI and digital innovation. Given its modular nature, it is a text suitable for readers who wish to gain a reliable orientation about the ethics of AI and for experts who wish to know more about specific areas of the current debate.
- The first comprehensive collection of cutting-edge research on the ethics of AI
- Helps keep readers abreast of the relevant scholar and policy debate on the ethics of AI
- By reading it, readers will be able to keep abreast of the relevant scholar and policy debate on the ethics of AI
About the Editor
Luciano Floridi is Professor of Philosophy and Ethics of Information at the University of Oxford, where he directs the Digital Ethics Lab of the Oxford Internet Institute, and is Fellow of Exeter College. He is also Turing Fellow of the Alan Turing Institute. His research concerns primarily Information and Computer Ethics (aka Digital Ethics), the Philosophy of Information, and the Philosophy of Technology.