Research report 2021 - Max Planck Institute for Human Development

The science of machine behaviour

Köbis, Nils; Rahwan, Iyad
Forschungsbereich „Mensch und Maschine“ am Max-Planck-Institut für Bildungsforschung
Machines powered by artificial intelligence take on ever more social roles. To study this new class of actors, their behavioral patterns, and ecology, Researchers of the Center for Humans and Machines at the Max Planck Institute for Human Development in Berlin describe Machine Behavior—an emerging approach that applies concepts and methodologies from across the behavioral sciences to intelligent machines. They review available empirical evidence on how machine behavior can corrupt human morals and evaluate the risks of AI agents acting as bad role models and AI advisors.

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