The Global Bioethics of Artificial Intelligence and Human Rights
Human annihilation has never been so easy. Artificial intelligence-guided genetic-engineered nanotechnology and robotics (AI-GNR) are widely recognized as our most transformative technological revolution ever, yet we do not even have a common moral language to unite our pluralistic world to prevent an AI apocalypse should this revolution explode out of our control. This book is the first known comprehensive global bioethical analysis of AI and AI-GNR by defining the Thomistic-Aristotelian personalist foundation of the rights and duties-based social contract framework of the United Nations, and then applying it to AI. As such, it creates a compelling approach which will appeal to scientists, health professionals, policy makers, politicians, students, and anyone interested in our shared survival around shared solutions.
Dominique J. Monlezun, MD, PhD, MPH, is a practicing physician-data scientist and philosopher. He holds a PhD in Global Health Management and Policy and a second PhD in Bioethics specializing in AI, with the latter recognized by Microsoft as the world’s top AI ethics doctoral dissertation. He serves as Professor of Bioethics for two United Nations-affiliated universities in Italy and Mexico, Research Scholar for the UNESCO Chair in Bioethics and Human Rights, and the Principal Investigator and Senior Data Scientist and Biostatistician for over 30 biomedical research studies associated with Harvard University, the National Institutes of Health, and the European Union among others. He has provided internal medicine care for thousands of immigrant, imprisoned, and underserved patients. He has authored over 250 peer-reviewed articles, presentations, and book chapters and three books (including the first textbooks on AI global bioethics and Thomistic-Aristotelian personalist ethics and political philosophy).
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