Presentation at the AAAI/ACM conference

Our research on moral uncertainty for ethical AI is going to be featured in the AAAI/ACM conference on Artificial Intelligence, Ethics, and Society which will take place on February 7-8 in NY. PhD candidate Andreia Martinho will present our re-conceptualization of a metanormative framework for decision-making under moral uncertainty using Discrete Choice Analysis techniques and its operationalization using a latent class choice model. The relevance of moral uncertainty is illustrated in a proof of concept in which we conceptualize a society where AI Systems are in charge of making policy choices and investigate whether the choices of morally uncertain AI contrast with the choices of morally certain AI.