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The international conference "The moral and ethical context of the philosophy of Artificial Intelligence" was held


The international conference "The moral and ethical context of the philosophy of Artificial Intelligence" was heldOn the second day of the international conference dedicated to the World Philosophy Day at the Institute of Philosophy and Sociology of ANAS, the conference continued its work on the topic "The moral and ethical context of the philosophy of Artificial intelligence".
At the conference, General Director of the Institute, PhD in Philosophy, professor Ilham Mammadzade, speaking on the topic "Artificial Intelligence and Philosophy", noted a number of issues in this area: "Artificial intelligence as a problem has been a topical subject of many scientific studies. Of course, philosophers are interested in the essence of artificial intelligence, its relationship The international conference "The moral and ethical context of the philosophy of Artificial Intelligence" was heldto consciousness and thinking, the differences between intelligence and artificial intelligence. Currently, it matters how its use has changed philosophy, what problems have made it relevant and how philosophy has ultimately changed. In principle, artificial intelligence is all phenomena related to computer systems and programs, digital technologies, processing and obtaining results based on fuzzy and non-specific information, ideas about the use of knowledge and its accumulation, The international conference "The moral and ethical context of the philosophy of Artificial Intelligence" was heldlearning, that is, the processes of the so-called replacement of human intelligence functions. It must be admitted that very often philosophers in their reflections on these problems act as experts protecting the younger generation from "the harm caused by computers, the Internet." But it is clear that, despite its importance, this function is not enough for the whole philosophy."
Also in his report professor Ilham Mammadzade touched upon interdisciplinary philosophical approaches and the problem of historical memory.
Then the conference continued with speeches by domestic and foreign scientists. Presentations were also made at the international conference: Lecturer of Yildirim Beyazit University, Dr. Mehtap The international conference "The moral and ethical context of the philosophy of Artificial Intelligence" was heldDogan "Artificial Intelligence: free will and ethics", PhD, professor Rena Mirzazade "IV Industrial Revolution: artificial intelligence in national strategies of states", PhD Arzu Hajieva "Hubert Dreyfus: skeptic and critic of artificial intelligence", PhD, professor Adil Asadov "Artificial intelligence as the basis of digital art", PhD, Fizuli Gurbanov "Artificial intelligence and interdisciplinary relations: a philosophical-scientific approach", researcher of the Institute Rizvan Abbasov "Artificial intelligence as a means of distorting public opinion", PhD Samira Dadashova "Philosophy of artificial intelligence and memory".