Psychology Colloquium Lecture: "The Perceived Morality of Artificially Intelligent Agents "
Speaker: Dr. Daniel Shank, Psychology
Title: "The Perceived Morality of Artificially Intelligent Agents "
Do people perceive AIs to be moral wrongdoers? Are AIs attributed morality differently from humans? Does this change for human-AI teams? When do people perceive AIs as having a mind? When do people perceive AIs as committing a moral wrong? Four studies begin to address these questions. Two experimental studies show people’s reactions to real-life media-publicized events where AIs’ actions led to moral violation outcomes. Two qualitative studies reveal when people perceive an AI to have a mind or to commit a moral wrong in their everyday personal interactions with it.
Monday, October 15 at 1:00pm to 2:00pm
Butler-Carlton Civil Engineering Hall, 318
1401 N. Pine St., Rolla, MO 65409