Volume 4, Issue 1, June 2020, Page: 8-15
Safe Interaction of Technocratic Societies Through Standardy Ensemble of Intellectual Virtual Agents
Evgeniy Bryndin, Research Department, Research Center "NATURAL INFORMATICS," Novosibirsk, Russia
Received: Aug. 17, 2020;       Accepted: Aug. 25, 2020;       Published: Sep. 7, 2020
DOI: 10.11648/j.cse.20200401.12      View  153      Downloads  51
Abstract
Humanity, as far as possible, must to act ahead of schedule, predict the possible dangers that may arise when introducing technologies using artificial intelligence. Experts say this today. Hazards are technological, legal, legal and ethical. New technologies pose both technical and ethical challenges. Experts express various approaches to the principles of establishing responsibility for the actions of artificial intelligence: the responsibility of a particular subject - a manufacturer, developer, owner, user, expert or programmer. Human ingenuity and the desire for perfection, combined with the capabilities of new technologies, can solve the problems of mankind. Standardization of artificial intelligence can ensure security solutions. ISO focuses on standards relevant to the information and communication technology (ICT) industry. International Standards Association is focused on reaching out to government and industry in all of the locations around the world where its governance meetings are held. ISO pioneered work on standards related to ethically aligned design, this area is still in its infancy. The integration of AI enabled technologies in the daily lives of ordinary people is rapidly increasing. An appropriate standard could provide consumers with a reasonable level of comfort and assurance that AI has been developed conforming to ethical principals that protect their rights, e.g. privacy, transparency, and inclusiveness. 99 percent of people don't know how standards make modern society work. Standardization professionals, as well as those that understand the profession and its impact, are only one percent of the population. General population 99 percent expect everything to work, often with little interest in the details. They only notice when it does not work, and then it's a manufacturer or a government that are held to task when this happens (not standards). Standards are mostly voluntary, with the ones that governments adopt become regulatory. By driving greater informed choice for consumers, there is heightened competition between developers and companies to gain market share in new areas so everything just works. Standardization in these areas will ensure that. If there is truly one percent that are aware of the impact, then this is indication of the huge responsibility that standards professionals have to benefit humanity to ensure everything works. The importance of standards to the work and careers of ICT practitioners continues to motivate the content of new innovative standardization. Russia recently formed an AI standardization committee to become involved in existing international AI work at the ISO.
Keywords
Technocratic Societies, High-Tech Synergies, Intelligent Interoperable Agents, Utility and Preference Criteria
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Evgeniy Bryndin, Safe Interaction of Technocratic Societies Through Standardy Ensemble of Intellectual Virtual Agents, Control Science and Engineering. Vol. 4, No. 1, 2020, pp. 8-15. doi: 10.11648/j.cse.20200401.12
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