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Ethics of AI: A Systematic Literature Review of Principles and Challenges / 2109.07906 / on (web) Publishing site
9 Appendices

The Different Faces of AI Ethics Across the World: A Principle-Implementation Gap Analysis / 2206.03225 / on (web) Publishing site
3 Study Methodology
5 Evaluation of Ethical Principle Implementations

A Framework for Ethical AI at the United Nations / 2104.12547 / on (web) Publishing site

Worldwide AI Ethics: a review of 200 guidelines and recommendations for AI governance / 2206.11922 / on (web) Publishing site
2 Related Work

ESR: Ethics and Society Review of Artificial Intelligence Research / 2106.11521 / on (web) Publishing site
3 The ESR Process

On the Current and Emerging Challenges of Developing Fair and Ethical AI Solutions in Financial Services / 2111.01306 / on (web) Publishing site
3 Practical Challengesof Ethical AI

What does it mean to be a responsible AI practitioner: An ontology of roles and skills / 2205.03946 / on (web) Publishing site
3 Methodology
4 Proposed competency framework for responsible AI practitioners
Appendix A supplementary material

Implementing Responsible AI: Tensions and Trade-Offs Between Ethics Aspects / 2304.08275 / on (web) Publishing site
I. Introduction

A multilevel framework for AI governance / 2307.03198 / on (web) Publishing site
4. Corporate Self-Governance

From OECD to India: Exploring cross-cultural differences in perceived trust, responsibility and reliance of AI and human experts / 2307.15452 / on (web) Publishing site
1. Introduction

The Ethics of AI Value Chains: An Approach for Integrating and Expanding AI Ethics Research, Practice, and Governance / 2307.16787 / on (web) Publishing site
1. Introduction

Regulating AI manipulation: Applying Insights from behavioral economics and psychology to enhance the practicality of the EU AI Act / 2308.02041 / on (web) Publishing site
1 Introduction

From Military to Healthcare: Adopting and Expanding Ethical Principles for Generative Artificial Intelligence / 2308.02448 / on (web) Publishing site
GREAT PLEA Ethical Principles for Generative AI in Healthcare

Dual Governance: The intersection of centralized regulation and crowdsourced safety mechanisms for Generative AI / 2308.04448 / on (web) Publishing site
4 Centralized regulation in the US context

Normative Ethics Principles for Responsible AI Systems: Taxonomy and Future Directions / 2208.12616 / on (web) Publishing site
1 Introduction
3 Taxonomy of ethics principles
4 Previous operationalisation of ethical principles
5 Gaps in operationalising ethical principles
6 Conclusion

Bad, mad, and cooked: Moral responsibility for civilian harms in human-AI military teams / 2211.06326 / on (web) Publishing site

Building Trust in Conversational AI: A Comprehensive Review and Solution Architecture for Explainable, Privacy-Aware Systems using LLMs and Knowledge Graph / 2308.13534 / on (web) Publishing site
II. Methods and training process of LLMs
IV. Applied and technology implications for LLMs
VI. Solution architecture for privacy-aware and trustworthy conversational AI

Rethinking Machine Ethics -- Can LLMs Perform Moral Reasoning through the Lens of Moral Theories? / 2308.15399 / on (web) Publishing site
4 Experiment

The AI Revolution: Opportunities and Challenges for the Finance Sector / 2308.16538 / on (web) Publishing site
4 Threaths & potential pitfalls
5 Challenges
6 Regulation of AI and regulating through AI
7 Recommendations

Ethical Framework for Harnessing the Power of AI in Healthcare and Beyond / 2309.00064 / on (web) Publishing site
2 Black box and lack of transparency
3 Bias and fairness
4 Human-centric AI
6 Way forward