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AI virtues: The missing link in putting AI ethics into practice
Thilo Hagendorff, arXiv, 2021/11/09

From the abstract: "This paper proposes four basic AI virtues, namely justice, honesty, responsibility and care, all of which represent specific motivational settings that constitute the very precondition for ethical decision making in the AI field. Moreover, it defines two second-order AI virtues, prudence and fortitude, that bolster achieving the basic virtues." It raise the question: can we train an AI to be virtuous?

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Virtue and Character

This presentation introduces the first of a number of ethical traditions, this one on virtue and character. It outlines the concept of virtue, describes a number of approaches describing the various virtues, and discusses contemporary ideas related to virtue theory in ethics.

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