Effects Of Transparency On Government Trust

Initially, when we consider an overview of the topic, the relationship between transparency and trust in government, through a literature review by Cucciniello, Porumbescu and Grimmelikhuijsen (2017), for example, found a predominance of the positive effect of transparency. Could it be that this positive scenario is the predominant one in international literature? However, other studies […]

“It’s the machine’s fault”: how intelligent is AI when it comes to making decisions?“

AI appears to be a neutral instrument that can be used positively and negatively, in this case implying control and dehumanization. Although discussions about the use of artificial intelligence (AI) have intensified in recent years, back in the 1940s, mathematician Norbert Wiener published a book with numerous questions involving cybernetics. Wiener presented a new order […]

Essay towards an understanding of the essence of human love

This presentation explores ethics’ role in the search for love. Within this context, according to Lima (2017), love is intrinsically linked to the human will. For the author, the human will is influenced by action, and when this is directed towards the search for genuine wisdom, that love can be fully realized. Because, for Silva […]

What is Artificial Intelligence? (Part 2)

In November 2022, I started this series of posts about what artificial intelligence (AI) is. In the first part, I proposed that readers identify the AI around them or that comes into their heads. I argued that the difficulty in understanding this technology may come from the lack of consensus on what it is. If deciphering intelligence […]

Virtue Ethics and Utilitarianism: An Approach by Appearances

One of the fundamental differences between human beings and other animals lies in the possibility of sophisticating thought in order to achieve moral greatness. For Aristotle, habits that direct man towards the good are virtues. On the other hand, practices that degenerate man are called vices. Because of this, an ethical basis becomes necessary for […]

A student’s perceptions amid the popularization of Artificial Intelligence

With the popularization of tools such as GPT chat, google Bard, and several other generative AIs, the student’s daily life has been changing a lot; after all, having an extensive list of potent tools in easy access could not fail to generate significant impact. Repetitive activities that previously took hours now take minutes, allowing us […]

The Complexity of Governance in Artificial Intelligence (AI) based on the Approaches of Morin (2003) and Kuhn (1987)

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The issue of the virtues’ unity

Integrity traces back to the idea of “wholeness, perfect condition,” and the word likely emerged in the mid-15th century in the English language (https://www.etymonline.com/search?q=integrity), also potentially meaning “to be whole” or “to be complete.” In Business Ethics, integrity can easily be confused with the long-standing idea of the connection of virtues, which can be expressed […]

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