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The AI Index 2022 Annual Report / 2205.03468 / on (web) Publishing site
Chapter 1 Reseach and Development
Chapter 2 Technical Performance
Chapter 3 Technical AI Ethics
Chapter 4 The Economy and Education
Chapter 5 AI Policy and Governance

Exciting, Useful, Worrying, Futuristic: Public Perception of Artificial Intelligence in 8 Countries / 2001.00081 / on (web) Publishing site
2 Background

Ethics of AI: A Systematic Literature Review of Principles and Challenges / 2109.07906 / on (web) Publishing site
5 Detail results and analysis

AI Ethics Issues in Real World: Evidence from AI Incident Database / 2206.07635 / on (web) Publishing site
4 Results

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

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

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

ESR: Ethics and Society Review of Artificial Intelligence Research / 2106.11521 / on (web) Publishing site
2 Related Work
3 The ESR Process
4 Deployment and Evaluation
5 Discussion

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

A primer on AI ethics via arXiv- focus 2020-2023 / Kaggle / on (web) Publishing site
Section 2: History and prospective

What does it mean to be a responsible AI practitioner: An ontology of roles and skills / 2205.03946 / on (web) Publishing site
1 Introduction
2 Background
3 Methodology
4 Proposed competency framework for responsible AI practitioners
5 Discussion
6 Conclusion

GPT detectors are biased against non-native English writers / 2304.02819 / on (web) Publishing site

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

QB4AIRA: A Question Bank for AI Risk Assessment / 2305.09300 / on (web) Publishing site
1 Introduction
2 The Question Bank: QB4AIRA

A multilevel framework for AI governance / 2307.03198 / on (web) Publishing site
1. Introductioon
2. A Multilevel Approach to AI Governance for Trust-Enhancing Practices
3. International and National Governance
4. Corporate Self-Governance
5. AI Literacy and Governance by Citizen
6. Psychology of Trust
7. Propensity to Trust
8. Ethics and Trust Lenses in the Multilevel Framework
9. Virtue Ethics

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
3. Results
4. Discussion and conclusion

The Ethics of AI Value Chains: An Approach for Integrating and Expanding AI Ethics Research, Practice, and Governance / 2307.16787 / on (web) Publishing site
3. AI Value Chains
4. Ethical Implications of AI Value Chains
5. Directions for Future Research & Governance

Perceptions of the Fourth Industrial Revolution and Artificial Intelligence Impact on Society / 2308.02030 / on (web) Publishing site
Literature Review

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
2 Clarifying Terminologies of Article-5: Insights from Behavioral Economics and Psychology
3 Enhancing Protection for the General Public and Vulnerable Groups
4 Conclusion

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

Ethical Considerations and Policy Implications for Large Language Models: Guiding Responsible Development and Deployment / 2308.02678 / on (web) Publishing site
Bias and Discrimination of Training Data

Dual Governance: The intersection of centralized regulation and crowdsourced safety mechanisms for Generative AI / 2308.04448 / on (web) Publishing site
1 Introduction
2 Background
3 Policy scope

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

Bad, mad, and cooked: Moral responsibility for civilian harms in human-AI military teams / 2211.06326 / on (web) Publishing site
Responsibility in War
Computers, Autonomy and Accountability
Moral Injury
Human Factors

The Future of ChatGPT-enabled Labor Market: A Preliminary Study / 2304.09823 / on (web) Publishing site
2 Results
3 Discussion

A Survey of Safety and Trustworthiness of Large Language Models through the Lens of Verification and Validation / 2305.11391 / on (web) Publishing site
1 Introduction
6 Verification

Artificial Intelligence across Europe: A Study on Awareness, Attitude and Trust / 2308.09979 / on (web) Publishing site
1 Introduction
2 Results
3 Discussion

Exploring the Power of Creative AI Tools and Game-Based Methodologies for Interactive Web-Based Programming / 2308.11649 / on (web) Publishing site
1 Introduction
3 Emergence of Creative AI Tools and Game-Based Methodologies
4 Enhancing User Experience through Creative AI Tools
6 Unveiling the Potential: Benefits of Interactive Web-Based Programming
7 Navigating Constraints: Limitations of Creative AI and GameBased Techniques
8 Real-World Applications: Showcasing Innovative Implementations
10 Privacy Concerns in Interactive Web-Based Programming for Education
11 Bias Awareness: Navigating AI-Generated Content in Education
12 The Future Landscape: Creative AI Tools and Game-Based Methodologies in Education
14 Conclusion & Discussion

Collect, Measure, Repeat: Reliability Factors for Responsible AI Data Collection / 2308.12885 / on (web) Publishing site
2 Related Work on Data Excellence
3 Reliability and Reproducibility Metrics for Responsible Data Collection
5 Results
6 Discussion

The Promise and Peril of Artificial Intelligence -- Violet Teaming Offers a Balanced Path Forward / 2308.14253 / on (web) Publishing site
8 Macrostrategy for responsible technology trajectories
10 Supplemental & additional details

Artificial Intelligence in Career Counseling: A Test Case with ResumAI / 2308.14301 / on (web) Publishing site
5 Conclusion

Rethinking Machine Ethics -- Can LLMs Perform Moral Reasoning through the Lens of Moral Theories? / 2308.15399 / on (web) Publishing site
2 Related works
3 Theory and method

The AI Revolution: Opportunities and Challenges for the Finance Sector / 2308.16538 / on (web) Publishing site
3 Benefits of AI use in the finance sector
4 Threaths & potential pitfalls
6 Regulation of AI and regulating through AI

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
5 Ethical concerns and value alignment
6 Way forward
7 Conclusion

The Impact of Artificial Intelligence on the Evolution of Digital Education: A Comparative Study of OpenAI Text Generation Tools including ChatGPT, Bing Chat, Bard, and Ernie / 2309.02029 / on (web) Publishing site
1. Introduction
2. Related work
3. ChatGPT Training Process
4. Methods