Consider the following scenario: a car from China has different factory standards than a car from the US, but is shipped to and used in the US. This Chinese-made car and a US-made car are heading for an unavoidable collision. If the Chinese car’s driver has different ethical preferences than the driver of the US car, which system should prevail?

The World Economic Forum argues for universality in governance for AI systems.

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Why we need a global response to AI ethics
WORLD ECONOMIC FORUM | May 20, 2019 | by Mark Esposito, Terence Tse, Joshua Entsminger, Aurelie Jean

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