The ethics of AI in industry 4.0

As we move forward, we believe we can achieve the maximum invention in technology, there is no doubt that we are all in the race.

Governments and private companies promoting the development of technology in different areas, the use of technology is being necessary. They say that the complexity is high in different sectors, but the hope is in technology, there are many possibilities that this development and technological advance can use for evil, imagine ending up in the chaos in a technological war.

The induction, awareness, and technological policies are responsible in each of the nations, no one doubts that they can be used for malicious uses, AI is the maximum expression and high technology of companies, the immense management of data, my data, and your data they are somewhere in the servers, looking for our needs and our tastes, the ability to know more about us.

All this leads to ethical concepts, values ​​, and norms that allow us to be clear that it could perform well in everything. According to a recent study (Jobin et al 2019), the ethics of AI has rapidly converged on a set of five principles:

1. non-maleficence
2. responsibility or accountability
3. transparency and explicability
4. justice and equity
5. respect for various human rights, such as privacy and security.

In my opinion, it is important to have things clear (the laws, technological policies, values ​​, and various agreements between nations) what is sought is to solve complex problems that benefit everyone and research.