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CGSC 3603 [0.5 credit] Artificial Intelligence: Philosophical and Ethical Issues

Topics examined through the lens of philosophy and cognitive science may include humans’ obligations towards AI, sentient AI, implications of AI for models of cognition, designing ethical AI systems, implications of using AI in healthcare, and social inequality and job displacement related to AI.
Also listed as PHIL 3503.
Prerequisite(s): CGSC 2001 or PHIL 2501 and third-year standing in Cognitive Science or Philosophy.
Seminar 3 hours per week.

Cognitive Science

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Note:   normally, students may not offer more than one credit of independent study (eg. CGSC 4801 Independent Study and CGSC 4802 Independent Study ) in their total program, including independent study credits taken through other departments.