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

The phenomenon of knowledge fragmentation, rooted in Cartesianism, has led to partial observations about knowledge itself. In this sense, theories of knowledge capable of addressing significant human problems cannot be limited tnike wiki miroir terzo sport jumpsuit nike comprar fatos de treino adidas baratos puma suede classic velvet sneakers in cordovan leather calfskin velvet tongue […]

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 […]

Artificial intelligence, a bridge between generations

We are rapidly becoming involved in an environment where artificial intelligence becomes not an exception in our activities but the rule; the influence of this technology is increasing exponentially due to the competition among market giants for their share of this innovation. But how does this affect the access to technology by individuals not well […]

The evolutionism of machines: concern for society.

The evolutionism of machines is increasingly being discussed in society, since as time goes by, technology is advancing more and more in such a proportion that people start to raise questions such as: will we have flying cars in the future? Will robots be living with us? Will cars be fully autonomous? Will artificial intelligence […]

The Need for Governance in the Field of Artificial Intelligence (AI)

Currently, Artificial Intelligence (AI) has been generating intense debates, either because there are divergent understandings of what the term is or because there are several speculations about its future. Regardless of the conceptual multiplicity, it is inevitable that this technology will be gradually incorporated into everyday life since it holds enormous potential to bring benefits […]

Public transparency and governmental trust: contextualization and possible relationships of these themes.

Public transparency constitutes a relevant and notoriously necessary issue in the accounts of public entities and their component bodies in public administration. In addition to ensuring compliance with legal norms, transparency initiatives constitute a responsible management policy that favors the exercise of citizenship by the population (PLATT NETO et al., 2007).             Likewise, when we focus on […]

Tolkien and Technology

J.R.R. Tolkien (1892-1973) was a British writer and university professor known primarily for his work “The Lord of the Rings.” Tolkien is considered one of the most influential authors of the 20th century. His literary work created an imaginary and elaborate world with its own languages, cultures, and stories. In addition to his literary career, […]

Trust: as a state or affirmation of something?

The following question arises from the dialogue and research of the Working Group (WG) on “Trust Research” in AdmEthics/Udesc. The WG proposes to research how and in what way the term “Trust” is being adopted and or used in the field of study on Artificial Intelligence (AI). In this sense, we will present the origin […]

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