AI Ethical Chatbots Needed for One-Person Terminals
Asynchronous Brief Paper ID: 61337
Abstract: This research aims to realize an "IoEEE" (Internet of Ethics, Internet of Education, Internet of Energy of Life) AI ethics chatbot that uses artificial intelligence (AI) to analyze AI ethics such as social norms and ethics from the Internet. In this study, we have examined and made a prototype of the "IoEEE" AI ethics chatbot that could always be installed on one-person terminals to prevent the trouble of "slander in chat" on the one-person terminals. In this study, we evaluated the case of trouble in the one-person terminals using the ethics table as "supervised learning" and the learned TensorFlow.js model, and verified the effectiveness of the "IoEEE" AI ethics chatbot.
ObjectivesThe final research aim is to prevent the trouble of "slander in chat" on the one-person terminals, by using the "IoEEE" AI ethics chatbot.
Topical OutlineA survey by the Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology in Japan and educational organizations found that the biggest trouble with one-person terminals is "slander" through chatting. In addition, a private research organization reported that 72.6% of children are either perpetrators or victims of cyberbullying. According to a March 2022 Japanese Cabinet Office survey, 88% of children were briefed or learned about the dangers of the Internet. However, 80% of these children were found to be troubled by problems related to communication on the Internet.
PrerequisitesAI ethics chatbot
QualificationsPhD in Knowledge Science lecturer of Open University of Japan
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