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Artificial Intelligence and Decision Making

On the “morals” of artificial intelligence systems

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5. Österreichische Artificial-Intelligence-Tagung

Part of the book series: Informatik-Fachberichte ((2252,volume 208))


In creating artificial intelligence applications its is of paramount importance to reconstruct the process of arriving at decisions. It is this process of making adequate and reasonable judgments that, in the final analysis, is constitutive of intelligent behaviour. Because of this fact, the key philosophical problems of AI are gnoseological in nature: access to memory, promptness of response and, in general, the ability to grasp and process information.

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Krushanov, A. (1989). Artificial Intelligence and Decision Making. In: Retti, J., Leidlmair, K. (eds) 5. Österreichische Artificial-Intelligence-Tagung. Informatik-Fachberichte, vol 208. Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg.

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