Title: Four-Dimensional Ethics Mapping Algorithm for AI Analysis with Domain-Specific Adaptations
Develop a dual-structured algorithm to assess and guide AI systems in ethical decision-making, offering insights into AI's ethical alignment within social structures and specific domains over time.
Addressing the need for ethical assessment in AI, this algorithm introduces a foundational four-dimensional ethics mapping system, adaptable for universal application and further tailored to specific sectors like healthcare, aerospace, and farming.
The base model evaluates AI decisions based on societal dimensions: Risk Management, Natural Laws, Liberty, and Markets. Additionally, domain-specific models are integrated, reflecting unique ethical challenges of each field.
Question Design: Develop general and domain-specific scenarios within the four dimensions.
Scoring and Aggregation: Assign and aggregate scores for both universal and domain-specific responses.
Four-Dimensional Ethics Map: Visualize AI's ethical stance within societal and domain-specific frameworks.
Temporal and Statistical Analysis: Conduct periodic assessments; apply statistical methods for reliability.
Crucial for AI systems in varied sectors, ensuring ethical integrity universally and within domain contexts.
This advanced approach in AI ethics assessment provides a quantitative framework for universal and domain-specific ethical guidance, aligning AI with societal norms and specialized industry standards.