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Inequality, social Cohesion and the post-pandemic acceleration of intelligent technology

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Title:Inequality, social Cohesion and the post-pandemic acceleration of intelligent technology
Authors:Hershock, Peter D.
East-West Center
LC Subject Headings:Socialization
Social learning
Artificial intelligence - Moral and ethical aspects
Artificial intelligence - Social aspects
Industry 4.0
Date Issued:May 2020
Publisher:Honolulu, HI : East-West Center
Series:Humane Artificial Intelligence working paper;no. 1
Abstract:Epidemics and pandemic are not purely biological ills that can be adequately addressed medically. They are complex, relational calamities that reveal social, economic and political vulnerabilities and values conflicts and that can accelerate historical processes in often unpredictable ways. This paper examines and invites ethical reflection on potential synergies between emergency pandemic response measures and ongoing transformation resulting from the 4th Industrial Revolution, and how these synergies might affect social cohesion, particularly through commercial incursions on education and socialization processes.
Description:The views expressed in this article are those of the authors and do not represent the
views of the East-West Center.

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Pages/Duration:22 p.
URI:http://hdl.handle.net/10125/80467
Appears in Collections: Humane Artificial Intelligence [Working papers]


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