New Perspectives in Science Education

Edition 14

Accepted Abstracts

Artificial Intelligence and Ethics

István Bajzák, Bajzak Consulting (Hungary)


Processes running independently, whether natural processes or conscious human processes, collide in our children's lives. This effect is hardly conceivable. The processes: Growth of the population; lack of environmentally conscious approach and of active nature conservation; the development of robotic technology, of AI research; researching of planetary ethics; Researching the Programmability of the Morality.
That moment will be very difficult for our children. We have to prepare them. Information available to us (and to AI) can be grouped for understanding so that the result will show that the intelligent life form (who is also the creator of AI) is working against the survival of its own living space. So the intelligence-centered moral sense decides that the human being is a risk for information processing intelligence. There will be a disagreement between AI and us.The purpose of the lecture is to present the basics of the necessary training themes. The training is based on SourceCode theory. During the course you can learn the communication approach and ethics that provide solutions. Different ethical approaches and communication theories are not suitable for addressing the above problem. Not because they are specifically human (dualistic). Each system answers the question of the great problem, and where does our knowledge derive from? (From body or mind?) If a paradigm is created by choosing any one, the possibility of dialogue is precluded beforehand, making dialogue impossible with them. Our method is an improved version of the contemplative observational method of neurophenomenology. With this theoretical tool we examined the problems and situations typical of applied ethics and clinical psychology. During the critical work, the method is sophisticated, does not answer the big question, because in this view the question does not arise. It turned
out that there is no need to ask the question either. Neither communication theory nor ethics need to choose one of the two categories as one of the certain ones, by choosing to have the existence of the other denial,
that is to say, dualism. If we acquire this method, it will be able to communicate with artificial intelligence gaining consciousness and moral sense.

Keywords: robotic technology, AI, ethical approaches, communication;

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