perhaps the ambiguity will simply disappear when the "digital-intelligence" is implemented in a `quantum computer`
Nope that will just mean they will be ethical and unethical at the same time.
I have an interest in AI and Law.
While laws are black and white, interpretations of the laws and sentencing is very grey.
This grey, fuzzy area reminds me of Fuzzy logic.
Playing around with FPGA tools on Pi's, I started looking at ternary logic -1, 0, 1.
Yes, No , Maybe.
Looking for a definitive answer, Yes, No to questions of behaviour I don't feel allows for those grey areas.
In Law the Jury system relies on the combined life experiences of the Jury.
You could say those life experiences are the equivalent of human behaviour algorithm training.
But it still works under certain rules, innocent till proven guilty, no conviction just based on one persons word....
The beyond reasonable doubt is a rule for a black and white answer.
Ethics, law, politics are areas that could use AI, just because lots of people get affected by those grey areas.
Blackstone's formulation is a rule to let someone out of the grey area, an escape key so to speak.
There are rules in law, some are unwritten or buried in legislation.
What are the rules for ethics?
Democracy is supposed to be based on the rule of law.
Ethics in a democracy is supposedly held to higher standard, does that mean better rules of law?
If you make an AI that upholds the rule of law, do you get an ethical AI?
Could anyone tell the difference?
Most people have an inbuilt radar for Natural Justice, at least in most democracies and probably other countries too.
What happens when people trust the AI's more than humans when making decisions?
Would that still be a democracy?
Would people vote for the best AI?
Have a jury system of different AI algorithms that reach consensus?
Different Cultures would insert different bias into their AI bots?
Open source the AI's and the best AI's rule the world?
AI decisions are being made about you all the time, every time you click on something on the net...
Are they making ethical decisions for what ads they show you?
I'm dancing on Rainbows.
Raspberries are not Apples or Oranges