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The Ethics of AI Value Chains: An Approach for Integrating and Expanding AI Ethics Research, Practice, and Governance / 2307.16787 / ISBN:https://doi.org/10.48550/arXiv.2307.16787 / Published by ArXiv / on (web) Publishing site
4. Ethical Implications of AI Value Chains
5. Future Directions for Research, Practice, & Policy

Dual Governance: The intersection of centralized regulation and crowdsourced safety mechanisms for Generative AI / 2308.04448 / ISBN:https://doi.org/10.48550/arXiv.2308.04448 / Published by ArXiv / on (web) Publishing site
1 Introduction
2 Background
5 Crowdsourced safety mechanism

AIxArtist: A First-Person Tale of Interacting with Artificial Intelligence to Escape Creative Block / 2308.11424 / ISBN:https://doi.org/10.48550/arXiv.2308.11424 / Published by ArXiv / on (web) Publishing site
Case study

Pathway to Future Symbiotic Creativity / 2209.02388 / ISBN:https://doi.org/10.48550/arXiv.2209.02388 / Published by ArXiv / on (web) Publishing site
Part 1 - 3 Artistic Systems: Mimicking Inspiration
Part 2 Art Data and Human–Machine Interaction in Art Creation
Part 2 - 1 Biometric Signal Sensing Technologies and Emotion Data
Part 2 - 4 Aesthetic Descriptor: Labelling Artefacts with Emotion
Part 3 Towards a Machine Artist Model
Part 3 - 1 Challenges in Endowing Machines with Creative Abilities
Part 3 - 2 Machine Artist Models
Part 3 - 4 Demonstration of the Proposed Framework
Part 4 NFTs and the Future Art Economy
Part 5 - 1 Authorship and Ownership of AI-generated Works of Artt
Part 5 - 3 Democratization of Art with new Technologies

Generative AI and US Intellectual Property Law / 2311.16023 / ISBN:https://doi.org/10.48550/arXiv.2311.16023 / Published by ArXiv / on (web) Publishing site
V. Potential harms and mitigation

Detecting Multimedia Generated by Large AI Models: A Survey / 2402.00045 / ISBN:https://doi.org/10.48550/arXiv.2402.00045 / Published by ArXiv / on (web) Publishing site
3 Detection

Mapping the Ethics of Generative AI: A Comprehensive Scoping Review / 2402.08323 / ISBN:https://doi.org/10.48550/arXiv.2402.08323 / Published by ArXiv / on (web) Publishing site
3 Results

Evolving AI Collectives to Enhance Human Diversity and Enable Self-Regulation / 2402.12590 / ISBN:https://doi.org/10.48550/arXiv.2402.12590 / Published by ArXiv / on (web) Publishing site
3. Enhanced Performance of Free-Formed AI Collectives

Power and Play Investigating License to Critique in Teams AI Ethics Discussions / 2403.19049 / ISBN:https://doi.org/10.48550/arXiv.2403.19049 / Published by ArXiv / on (web) Publishing site
3 RQ1: What Factors Influence Members’ “Licens to Critique” when Discussing AI Ethics with their Team?