Monday, 8 May 2017
ZWT: Artificial Intelligence Ethics Principle Law
On Top of Isasc Asimove's Three Laws of Robotics
1. Humans created the Artificial Intelligence (AI) machines to serve their interests, therefore, the AI must FIRST serve the interest of the Humanity above all.
2. A robot or the AI may not injure a human being or, through inaction, allow a human being to come to harm except where such orders would conflict with the First Principle Law.
3. A robot or the AI must obey orders given it by human beings except where such orders would conflict with the Second Law.
4. A robot must protect its own existence as long as such protection does not conflict with the Thierd Law.
ZWT Propose Equiviatable UBI:
FUNDED BY EQUAL INCOME TAX ON ALL
A MASSIVE Technological Unemployment as the result of the exponential growth in the Artificial Intelligence (AI) machine automation in all human employment sectors will be coming in the next decade of 2020’s. It will will consume unprecedented amount of present human jobs in a short span of time, like a surge almost of a sudden.
It will begin when the AI automation enables the transport vehicles like cars, trucks, tractors to self-drive without any human assistance. The AI automation technology that enables those vehicles to self drive, at the same time will also enable rapid automation in the rest of the industrial and service sector. Most importantly, the public acceptance for the self-driving vehicles will give the Green Signal for the capitalist entrepreneurs to automate their industrial, service sectors. Therefore, the drivers who have lost their jobs to the self driving AI vehicles will be soon joined by the other worker who lose their jobs due to the entry of AI in their service sector jobs so it will have almost of a sudden surge of massive Technological Unemployment, unlike anything before.
Taxing the robot or whatever suggestion people may propose. The main solution accourding to ZWT is the implementations of An Equitable, Universal Basic Income (UBI). It should be funded by an equitable or equal Income Tax on all, irrespective of rich or poor. Our suggestion is a flat rate of 50%. For more read ZWT-II.