Artificial intelligence is the new frontier of ethical tests

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By Sascha O’Sullivan WITHOUT a doubt, there is vast potential for advancement and benefit to society arising out of the application of artificial intelligence. Around half of businesses plan to use AI or advanced machine learning in some capacity in the next three years. Transport Secretary Grant Shapps has said self-driving cars could be on our roads as early as next year. This has, predictably, put the debate over artificial intelligence centre stage. What circumstances are cars taught to anticipate? What happens in the event of the unexpected, as often happens on our roads? There are comple…

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