What is Artificial Intelligence? (Part 1)

Artificial Intelligence (AI) is becoming one of those terms that everyone knows, talks about, but when thinking about its definition, difficulties arise. So, I start this text by suggesting a reflection: first, think about what AI is and then look around you and try to identify where it is acting. Don’t worry if it wasn’t […]

Artificial intelligence and changes in political culture in Angola

Angolan context On August 25, 2022, the 5th election took place in Angola, where the ruling Popular Party for the Liberation of Angola – MPLA, claims to have won. The election system in Angola happens simultaneously; it is a proportional system in which the president and the deputies called to the National Assembly are elected, […]

Artificial Intelligence and Trust

Unlike all interactions of man with technology, Artificial Intelligence (AI) has added complexity to the dynamics and exchanges it establishes with people. Because it has a certain degree of autonomy in its responses, which happen through artificial neural networks, the connection that develops between AI and individuals needs to be better understood and deepened. It […]

Henri Fayol, in search of an interpretive key to his ideas

In his classic book Industrial and General Administration, in French Administration Industrielle et générale, before listing his famous fourteen “general principles of administration,” Henri Fayol draws the reader’s attention to the meaning that the word principle would assume in his text. However, far from presenting a precise definition or providing any reference to the source on […]

Dignity as an object of ethical reflection

“Searchin’ high, searchin’ low Searchin’ everywhere I know Askin’ the cops wherever I go Have you seen dignity”.[i] (Bob Dylan, Dignity, 1989). Dignity is a word known to all, and often quoted in various subjects, that is, it is a common word; this understood notion ends up not encouraging us to understand it, or think […]

Admethics Researchers Participate in 7th ISBEE World Congress in Bilbao, Spain: International Society for Business Ethics and Economics 2022

From July 20 to 22, 2022, the city of Bilbao hosted the International Society for Business Ethics and Economics Congress (ISBEE-2022). In this seventh edition, expected in mid-2020 but held only in 2022 due to the Covid-19 pandemic, the overall theme of the Conference was “Reinventing Globalization: Community, Virtues, and the Power of Purpose.” The […]

THE THREE – OR FOUR – LAWS OF ROBOTICS

Isaac Asimov (1920 – 1992) is considered one of the greatest science fiction writers of the 20th century. Ph.D. in Biochemistry, Asimov wrote more than 400 books, including short stories, novels, fiction novels, and works of popular science on themes of Astronomy, Physics, and History, among others. Especially influential is his fiction about robotics, which […]

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