The ethical dilemma of using artificial intelligence and autonomous technology

We live in an age of rapid technological advances where artificial intelligence is a reality, not a science fiction. Every day we rely on algorithms to communicate, do our banking online, book a holiday – even introduce us to potential partners. Driverless cars and robots may be the headline makers, but artificial intelligence is being used for everything from diagnosing illnesses to helping police predict crime hot spots. As machines become more advanced, how does society keep pace when deciding the ethics and regulations governing technology? To address this question, this article explores the ethical dilemma surrounding the use of artificial intelligence and autonomous technology.

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