A recent article from Serious Insights, a blog by new Founding Member Daniel Rasmus discusses the role of traditional ethical systems in critiquing the development and deployment of autonomous artificially intelligent weaponry. Ultimately, he asks, is a new set of AI ethical rules needed, or could the technology dignitaries who signed an Open Letter to the UN Convention on Conventional Weapons better spend their time learning how to apply existing moral frameworks to technology? Read the entire post here: https://www.seriousinsights.net/ai-and-ethics-do-we-need-a-new-ethics-to-deal-with-autonomous-technology/.
David is the board chair of AI and Faith and a Seattle attorney with 35 years of experience in counseling clients and litigating claims related to technology, risk management and insurance. He attends West Side Presbyterian Church and is actively involved in programs that integrate faith, science and technology with faculty of the University of Washington, Seattle Pacific University, and Seattle University. He is a graduate of Stanford University and UC Berkeley’s Law School.