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The Cambridge Handbook of Responsible Artificial Intelligence
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In the past decade, artificial intelligence (AI) has become a disruptive force around the world, offering enormous potential for innovation but also creating hazards and risks for individuals and the societies in which they live. This volume addresses the most pressing philosophical, ethical, legal, and societal challenges posed by AI. Contributors from different disciplines and sectors explore the foundational and normative aspects of responsible AI and provide a basis for a transdisciplinary approach to responsible AI. This work, which is designed to foster future discussions to develop proportional approaches to AI governance, will enable scholars, scientists, and other actors to identify normative frameworks for AI to allow societies, states, and the international community to unlock the potential for responsible innovation in this critical field. This book is also available as Open Access on Cambridge Core.

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  • The Cambridge Handbook of Responsible Artificial Intelligence
    pp i-ii
  • Copyright page
    pp iv-iv
  • Contents
    pp v-viii
  • Figures
    pp ix-x
  • Contributors
    pp xi-xviii
  • Acknowledgements
    pp xix-xx
  • Introduction
    pp 1-8
  • Part I - Foundations of Responsible AI
    pp 9-82
  • 1 - Artificial Intelligence
    pp 11-18
  • Key Technologies and Opportunities
  • 2 - Automating Supervision of AI Delegates
    pp 19-30
  • 3 - Artificial Moral Agents
    pp 31-49
  • Conceptual Issues and Ethical Controversy
  • 4 - Risk Imposition by Artificial Agents
    pp 50-66
  • The Moral Proxy Problem
  • 5 - Artificial Intelligence and Its Integration into the Human Lifeworld
    pp 67-82
  • Part II - Current and Future Approaches to AI Governance
    pp 83-184
  • 6 - Artificial Intelligence and the Past, Present, and Future of Democracy
    pp 85-103
  • 9 - China’s Normative Systems for Responsible AI
    pp 150-166
  • From Soft Law to Hard Law
  • 10 - Towards a Global Artificial Intelligence Charter
    pp 167-175
  • 11 - Intellectual Debt
    pp 176-184
  • With Great Power Comes Great Ignorance
  • Part III - Responsible AI Liability Schemes
    pp 185-226
  • Part IV - Fairness and Nondiscrimination in AI Systems
    pp 227-278
  • Part V - Responsible Data Governance
    pp 279-328
  • 16 - Artificial Intelligence and the Right to Data Protection
    pp 281-289
  • 17 - Artificial Intelligence as a Challenge for Data Protection Law
    pp 290-308
  • And Vice Versa

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