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The Artificial Intelligence of the Ethics of Artificial Intelligence: An Introductory Overview for Law and RegulationJoanna J. Bryson The Ethics of the Ethics of AIThomas M. Powers and Jean-Gabriel Ganascia Ethical Issues in Our Relationship with Artificial EntitiesJudith Donath AI Governance by Human Rights–Centered Design, Deliberation, and Oversight: An End to Ethics WashingKaren Yeung, Andrew Howes, and Ganna Pogrebna The Incompatible Incentives of Private-Sector AITom Slee Normative Modes: Codes and StandardsPaula Boddington The Role of Professional Norms in the Governance of Artificial IntelligenceUrs Gasser and Carolyn Schmitt We’re Missing a Moral Framework of Justice in Artificial Intelligence: On the Limits, Failings, and Ethics of FairnessMatthew Le Bui and Safiya Umoja Noble Accountability in Computer SystemsJoshua A. Kroll TransparencyNicholas Diakopoulos Responsibility and Artificial IntelligenceVirginia Dignum The Concept of Handoff as a Model for Ethical Analysis and DesignDeirdre K. Mulligan and Helen Nissenbaum Race and GenderTimnit Gebru The Future of Work in the Age of AI: Displacement or Risk-Shifting?Pegah Moradi and Karen Levy AI as a Moral Right-HolderJohn Basl and Joseph Bowen Could You Merge with AI?: Reflections on the Singularity and Radical Brain EnhancementCody Turner and Susan Schneider Are Sentient AIs Persons?Mark Kingwell AutonomyMichael Wheeler Troubleshooting AI and ConsentMeg Leta Jones and Elizabeth Edenberg Is Human Judgment Necessary?: Artificial Intelligence, Algorithmic Governance, and the LawNorman W. Spaulding SexualityJohn Danaher Perspectives on Ethics of AI: Computer ScienceBenjamin Kuipers Social Failure Modes in Technology and the Ethics of AI: An Engineering PerspectiveJason Millar A Human-Centered Approach to AI Ethics: A Perspective from Cognitive ScienceRon Chrisley Integrating Ethical Values and Economic Value to Steer Progress in Artificial IntelligenceAnton Korinek Fairness Criteria through the Lens of Directed Acyclic Graphs: A Statistical Modeling PerspectiveBenjamin R. Baer, Daniel E. Gilbert, and Martin T. Wells Automating Origination: Perspectives from the HumanitiesAvery Slater Perspectives on Ethics of AI: PhilosophyDavid J. Gunkel The Complexity of Otherness: Anthropological Contributions to Robots and AIKathleen Richardson Calculative Composition: The Ethics of Automating DesignShannon Mattern AI and the Global South: Designing for Other WorldsChinmayi Arun Perspectives and Approaches in AI Ethics: East AsiaDanit Gal Artificial Intelligence and Inequality in the Middle East: The Political Economy of InclusionNagla Rizk Europe: Toward a Policy Framework for Trustworthy AIAndrea Renda Ethics of Artificial Intelligence in TransportBryant Walker Smith The Case for Ethical AI in the MilitaryJason Scholz and Jai Galliott The Ethics of AI in Biomedical Research, Patient Care, and Public HealthAlessandro Blasimme and Effy Vayena Ethics of AI in Law: Basic QuestionsHarry Surden Beyond Bias: “Ethical AI” in Criminal LawChelsea Barabas “Fair Notice” in the Age of AIKiel Brennan-Marquez AI and Migration ManagementPetra Molnar Robot Teaching, Pedagogy, and PolicyElana Zeide Algorithms and the Social Organization of WorkIfeoma Ajunwa and Rachel Schlund Smart City Ethics: How “Smart” Challenges Democratic GovernanceEllen P. Goodman