What Statistics Could Do for Ethics? — The Idea of Common Sense Processing Based Safety Valve

Rafal Rzepka and Kenji Araki

In this paper we will introduce our approach to the ethical issue of machine intelligence which we developed during our experiments with automatic common sense retrieval and affective computing for open-domain talking systems. As we are preparing for applying our ideas for the real-world applications as housework robots, we have to assure safety of the users and the system. We are building algorithms which use Web-based knowledge to become independent from the programmer. For achieving that we use automatic common sense knowledge retrieval which allows to calculate the common consequences of actions and average emotional load of those consequences.

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