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Facial Expressions of Movie-goers
Abstracting a script and labeling the narrative with human emotional responses by observing facial expressions of people watching the movie.
Mining Love in Virtual World
Vivian Silas Jeyachander Manohar
Games have been used to accelerate breakthrough in genetics research like with Phylo. Why not have a game of a bunch of ethical puzzles?
The proposed mechanism uses a feedback loop and the Decision Balance to program machines to implement more appropriate actions.
We introduce EmpathyNet, a dataset of video/image, audio and text cues, which can be easily compiled from existing video repositories.
Adjusted Behaviour - Good is not always Good
A dataset built based in characters of books and movies can help to identify adjusted good behaviour by time and place.
chaiene oliveira's team
Let's teach AI to be kind.
We have to work to make artificial intelligence not just intelligent, but focused on the right data sets to be ethical and good. –Mo Gawdat
Science of Axiology for ethical AI/NL decisions
A little know science: Axiology. This science is based on discoveries 50 yrs ago that linked Value Judgments with a mathematical system.
The idea is to use crowd intelligence to build the dataset of human ethics behaviors.
Ideas for a usable pro-social data set
The data sets of AI pro-social behaviors, needs a structure, a way to be rated and, they need to be usable for the largest number of cases.
A Nice Artificial General Intelligence
A AGI that leans to be nice form A nice person. By way of switching position. That uses virtual reality to swap position with teacher.
A developmentally-situated approach to AI ethics
We envision EthicsNet as a framework in which developmentally-situated AI systems can learn from humans about behavioral norms.
G Gordon Worley
We're involved in AI ethics with the right concept
This solution allows anyone to quickly and easily contribute to AI ethics, and the rise of kind AI systems: Concept Reference Model
Built-in Artificial Empathy as Baseline in AI
FACIAL EXPRESS, MOVEMENT SOFTWARE FOR TEACHING AI
There exist open source software from Microsoft Azure that provides facial recognition, facial expression, facial emotion and can teach.
Using Reversed Toulmin Arguments
Toulmin arguments that use Aristotle's pathos, ethos, and logos can choose social norms and laws via semantic graph similarity.
Dan Buehrer's team
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