Challenges in Monitoring Machine Ethics
Christopher B. Davison, Silvia Sharna Genevieve Davison

Monitoring the moral decisions of autonomous, intelligent machines is a difficult endeavour. Issues such as resource allocation, security, location, and engineering need to be addressed. Identifying factors within current Von Neumann architecture that constitute a machine in “moral crisis” present considerable challenges. Additionally, there is the issue of transmitting this information to a monitoring entity and that entity being able to act upon the information. The authors of this paper present many engineering challenges and then a theoretical model to address these challenges.

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