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  1. AI-Related Misdirection Awareness in AIVR.Nadisha-Marie Aliman & Leon Kester - manuscript
    Recent AI progress led to a boost in beneficial applications from multiple research areas including VR. Simultaneously, in this newly unfolding deepfake era, ethically and security-relevant disagreements arose in the scientific community regarding the epistemic capabilities of present-day AI. However, given what is at stake, one can postulate that for a responsible approach, prior to engaging in a rigorous epistemic assessment of AI, humans may profit from a self-questioning strategy, an examination and calibration of the experience of their own epistemic (...)
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    Ethics of automated vehicles: breaking traffic rules for road safety.Nick Reed, Tania Leiman, Paula Palade, Marieke Martens & Leon Kester - 2021 - Ethics and Information Technology 23 (4):777-789.
    In this paper, we explore and describe what is needed to allow connected and automated vehicles to break traffic rules in order to minimise road safety risk and to operate with appropriate transparency. Reviewing current traffic rules with particular reference to two driving situations, we illustrate why current traffic rules are not suitable for CAVs and why making new traffic rules specifically for CAVs would be inappropriate. In defining an alternative approach to achieving safe CAV driving behaviours, we describe the (...)
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  3. Transdisciplinary AI Observatory—Retrospective Analyses and Future-Oriented Contradistinctions.Nadisha-Marie Aliman, Leon Kester & Roman Yampolskiy - 2021 - Philosophies 6 (1):6.
    In the last years, artificial intelligence (AI) safety gained international recognition in the light of heterogeneous safety-critical and ethical issues that risk overshadowing the broad beneficial impacts of AI. In this context, the implementation of AI observatory endeavors represents one key research direction. This paper motivates the need for an inherently _transdisciplinary_ AI observatory approach integrating diverse retrospective and counterfactual views. We delineate aims and limitations while providing hands-on-advice utilizing _concrete practical examples_. Distinguishing between unintentionally and intentionally triggered AI risks (...)
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  4. Facing Immersive “Post-Truth” in AIVR?Nadisha-Marie Aliman & Leon Kester - 2020 - Philosophies 5 (4):45.
    In recent years, prevalent global societal issues related to fake news, fakery, misinformation, and disinformation were brought to the fore, leading to the construction of descriptive labels such as “post-truth” to refer to the supposedly new emerging era. Thereby, the (mis-)use of technologies such as AI and VR has been argued to potentially fuel this new loss of “ground-truth”, for instance, via the ethically relevant deepfakes phenomena and the creation of realistic fake worlds, presumably undermining experiential veracity. Indeed, _unethical_ and (...)
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  5. Immoral Programming.Nadisha-Marie Aliman & Leon Kester - 2022 - In Bart F. W. Wernaart & Sil Aarts (eds.), Moral design and technology. Wageningen, The Netherlands: Wageningen Academic Publishers.
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  6. Moral programming.Nadisha-Marie Aliman & Leon Kester - 2022 - In Bart F. W. Wernaart & Sil Aarts (eds.), Moral design and technology. Wageningen, The Netherlands: Wageningen Academic Publishers.
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  7. Transformative AI Governance and AI-Empowered Ethical Enhancement Through Preemptive Simulations.Nadisha-Marie Aliman & Leon Kester - 2019 - Delphi - Interdisciplinary Review of Emerging Technologies 2.
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