CSIS 316 Rasmussen College Development of Autonomous Systems Discussion
Topic for the required persuasive paper for CSIS 316:
Development of autonomous systems and other systems involving artificial intelligence must be controlled and limited.
Be sure to review literature about
- neuromorphic chip technology (example: IBM’s TrueNorth chip)
- new-generation robotics
- additive manufacturing methods
- 4-D printing
- Emotion AI (control of emotions via smart machines)
- Here are some articles to help you get started with your reading and research:
- Al-Rodhan, Nayef. “Neuromorphic Computers: What Will They Change?” Global Policy Journal, 18 Feb. 2016, www.globalpolicyjournal.com/blog/18/02/2016/neuromorphic-computers-what-will-they-change.
Al-Rodhan, Nayef. “Programmable Matter: 4D Printing’s Promises and Risks.” Georgetown Journal of International Affairs, Georgetown Journal of International Affairs, 29 Sept. 2014, www.georgetownjournalofinternationalaffairs.org/online-edition/programmable-matter-4d-printings-promises-and-risks.
Al-Rodhan, Nayef. “The Many Ethical Implications of Emerging Technologies.” Scientific American, Scientific American, 13 Mar. 2015, www.scientificamerican.com/article/the-many-ethical-implications-of-emerging-technologies/.
Campbell, Thomas A. “Societal Implications of Additive Manufacturing.” IQPC, Virginia Tech, 10 Dec. 2016, www.iqpc.com/media/1000509/29627.pdf.
Harper, Ross. “Ethics of Emotion AI - Part 1.” Medium, Limbic AI, 19 June 2019, medium.com/limbic-ai/ethics-of-emotion-ai-part-1-cf2bbb2ca55a.
Vincent, James. “MIT Researchers Say New Chip Design Takes Us Closer to Computers That Work like Our Brains.” The Verge, The Verge, 24 Jan. 2018, www.theverge.com/2018/1/24/16927040/ai-neuromorphic-engineering-computing-mit-brain-chip.
Yigit, Tuncay, et al. “Robotics Rights and Ethics Rules.” ArXiv, Journal of Multidisciplinary Developments, arxiv.org/ftp/arxiv/papers/1809/1809.08885.pdf.