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

Event Type

Meetings, Lectures and Conferences

Departments

College of Arts, Sciences, and Business, Psychological Science

Cost

free

Contact Name

Daniel Shank

Contact Phone

5733414823

Contact Email

shankd@mst.edu

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