Readership: Readers interested in computer science and contemporary philosophy
issues, professional computer scientists, engineers, business leaders, academic readers in computer science, cognitive science, philosophy of mind and ethics.
Wendell Wallach and Colin Allen, Professor of History & Philosophy of Science and of Cognitive Science, Indiana University
"When machines go it alone, accountability disappears - and with it the rule of law. Which is why philosophers Wendall Wallach and Colin Allen are asking how we can persuade robots to do the right thing. The result, in their seminal...book Moral Machines, makes clear just how far we have to go." - Stephen Cave, Financial Times
1: Who Machine Morality?
2: Engineering Morality
3: Do We Want Computers Making Moral Decisions
4: Can (Ro)bots Really be Moral?
5: Philosophers, Engineers, and the Design of Artificial Moral Agents;
6: Top Down Morality
7: Bottom-Up and Developmental Approaches
8: Merging Top Down and Bottom Up
9: Beyond Vaporware?
10: Beyond Reason
11: A More Human-Like AMA
12: Beyond the Beyond: Managing Dangers, Rights, and Responsibilities