Print Email Facebook Twitter XR for Augmented Utilitarianism Title XR for Augmented Utilitarianism Author Aliman, N. Kester, L.J.H.M. Werkhoven, P.J. Publication year 2019 Abstract Steady progresses in the AI ﬁeld create enriching possibilities for society while simultaneously posing new complex challenges of ethical, legal and safety-relevant nature. In order to achieve an efﬁcient human-centered governance of artiﬁcial intelligent systems, it has been proposed to harness augmented utilitarianism (AU), a novel non-normative ethical framework grounded in science which can be assisted e.g. by Extended Reality(XR)technologies. While AU provides a scaffold to en codehuman ethical and legal conceptions in a machine-readable form, the ﬁlling in of these conceptions requires a transdisciplinary amalgamation of scientiﬁc insights and preconditions from manifold research areas. In this short paper, we present a compact review on how XR technologies could leverage the underlying transdisciplinary AI governance approach utilizing the AU framework. Towards that end, we outline pertinent needs for XR in two hereto related contexts: as experiential testbed for AU-relevant moral psychology studies and as proactive AI Safety measure and enhancing policy-by-simulation method preceding the deployment of AU-based ethical goal functions Subject Moral PsychologyMachine EthicsAI SafetyVirtual RealityAugmented RealityIntelligent SystemsPositive Technology To reference this document use: http://resolver.tudelft.nl/uuid:f69dd174-5023-4a51-9f6f-ed444f6f54f7 TNO identifier 875503 Publisher IEEE Source 2019 IEEE International Conference on Artificial Intelligence and Virtual Reality (AIVR) Document type conference paper Files To receive the publication files, please send an e-mail request to TNO Library.