by Judith Massia
Judith Massia ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE (AI) IN SCIENCE: IS THE SCIENTIST OR AI LIABLE WHEN A BELIEVER’S HUMAN RIGHTS ARE VIOLATED? WINTER 2022 Int’l J. L. Ethics Tech. 3 (2022).
Available at: https://doi.org/10.55574/XWTD1709
Author Information: BPP University
Abstract: Artificial Intelligence (AI) may appear to be one of the newest and most talked about areas of science amidst the current 4th Industrial Revolution (4IR), but it has, in fact, been under development since the beginning of time, from Arabic Alchemy to (Jewish) Talmudic scholar Rabbi Judah Loew ben Bezalel’s 16th century interpretation of Golem. More recently discussed only in the realm of science fiction movies, AI has now comfortably and securely entered the highest circles of academia, industry, and government. However, experts have only just begun to look at the impact of AI on human rights violations and God. As AI and technology become integral parts of our working lives, this essay aims to answer the question of whether the scientist or AI will be held liable when a Believer’s human rights are violated (physical and psychological violations) and whether the European Union’s Directive 85/374/EEC legislation is adequate in tackling this currently very niche issue.
Keywords: Artificial Intelligence (AI), Religion, Shintoism
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