Social Innovation for the Sustainability

Items tagged with INTELIGENCIA ARTIFICIAL

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TOWARDS AN ETHICS OF THE HYBRID ECOSYSTEM OF PHYSICAL AND CYBER SPACES

Ángel Gómez de Ágreda y Claudio Feijóo

Emerging technologies related to the cognitive environment make it possible to create a hybrid ecosystem between the physical and digital spaces in which human activity increasingly takes place. Their ethical structuring and subsequent legal regulation must be carried out bearing in mind their hybrid nature and the dual use of the technologies that support the digital world.

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SERVICE-LEARNING AND THE 2030 AGENDA IN ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE STUDIES

Angeles Manjarrés y Simon Pickin

In this paper we present the potential contributions of Artificial Intelligence (AI) to sustainable and equitable development that is respectful of human rights, as against its potential risks. We argue how a particular approach to R&D, and by extension to the education of future professionals, could give this technology a decisive role in achieving the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals. In particular, we propose the Service-Learning methodology as a pedagogical tool for the education of intelligent technology engineers committed to the 2030 Agenda.

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ETHICAL CHALLENGES ON ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENGE APPLIED TO DEFENSE SYSTEMS

Juan A. Moliner González

Artificial Intelligence is currently foreseen as the most disruptive technological advance of the ongoing Digital Revolution. There is a strong competition for gaining supremacy in the international geostrategic landscape and, among many other elements, ethical considerations are starting to strongly show up.

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THE IMPACT OF ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE ON SOCIETY AND ITS APPLICATION IN THE FINANCIAL SECTOR

María Asunción Gilsanz Muñoz

How new technologies will impact society in the coming years or how Artificial Intelligence can help sectors such as the economy or the environment is a question we all ask ourselves.

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ETHICAL AND SUSTAINABLE FUTURE OF WORK

David Pastor-Escuredo, Gianni Giacomelli, Julio Lumbreras y Juan Garbajosa

Future work in the digital work requires ethical frameworks and Collective Intelligence to develop systems where humans and machines collaborate to come up with solutions promoting the Sustainable Development Goals.