Towards Ethical Governance of Social Machines

Abstract. We introduce the concept of Hybrid Diversity – Aware Collective Adaptive Systems (HDA-CAS) and their proposed role in addressing social problems associated with urban living, health, and financial markets. Our concern is for their responsible development and deployment, and to this end, we suggest perspectives on the governance of social machines and a framework from which to design governance regimes for HDACAS.

Keywords: governance, ethical governance, social machines, collective adaptive systems.

doi: http://www.computer.org/csdl/proceedings/cgc/2013/5114/00/5114a426-abs.html

Citation: Hartswood, M., Grimpe, B., and Jirotka, M., “Towards Ethical Governance of Social Machines,” cgc, pp.426-427, 2013 International Conference on Cloud and Green Computing, 2013.

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About P. Andreadis

Pre-Doctoral Research Assistant in AI and Social Computation @ University of Edinburgh.

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