The Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy defines Utilitarianism: “Though there are many varieties of the view discussed, utilitarianism is generally held to be the view that the morally right action is the action that produces the most good. A clear mathematical reason, nevertheless a sophisticated philosophical discussion what produces the most good (or in the trolley dilemma the less evil), a pure counting of individuals does not solve the problem. Continue reading Utilitarianism and Autonomous Vehicles
Before holidays, bots are crawling e-commerce sites to identify the actual “must toys”. In the next step they autonomously buy theses goods from the market. Continue reading The Perfect Gift – An AI Christmas Tale.
Industry 4.0 started to replace a certain type and number of human employees. Algorithms are superior for repetitive tasks, where decisions are based on a high amount of data. Thus, AI can be particularly helpful for the complex, data-driven tasks of the typical Compliance Officer. This definition is also applicable for finance-advisors. Continue reading Empathic Fintech Robo-Advisors
Just as dogs, AI is biased. Continue reading Biased Algorithms of … Dogs
Artificial Intelligent can be an artist or rather the algorithm is art itself? Continue reading The Machine as Artist
Industry 4.0 and Artificial Intelligence (including machine and deep learning) mostly get presented as a positive vision of the future, leading to job enlargement and functions with a higher grade of human dignity. Technology has no soul, by its design it is not good or bad. Humans can use it to create a better world or at least workspace. But this is no automatic development, even if for many developments the original vision was to bring a benefit to society. Continue reading Compliance Procurement Risk: Crowd-Workers
Investigating for my new book, it was a pleasure to enter Philip K. Dick’s worlds and analyze the works of W. Edwards Deming. Continue reading new book: “Tomorrow’s Business Ethics – Philip K. Dick vs. W. Edwards Deming”