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The Konrad-Adenauer-Foundation, Reg.Assn., has published this article by Prof. Dr. Catrin Misselhorn (Director of the Institute for Philosophy, Chair of the Theory of Science and Philosophy of Technology, University Stuttgart) in the current issue of “Analyses & Arguments”.
- In certain situations, autonomous systems can undermine the ascribed responsibility. It becomes unclear who bears the responsibility. A “responsibility gap” arises in which neither programmer nor user can be held fully responsible.
- In a restricted sense, autonomous machines (computers, robots) are morally relevant agents. They can be delegated decisions but they do not take responsibility. For this, they lack freedom of will, causality, intention and knowledge…
The Market and Its Social Dimension-Reflections from the Tradition of Christian Ethics and Catholic Social Teaching
Under this titel a paper by Dr. Arnd Küppers and Prof. Dr. Peter Schallenberg was published in the series “Church and Society” of the Centre for Catholic Social Sciences (KSZ). Translations of this paper financed by Ordo socialis are online now.