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Title: Artificial Intelligence for a Fair, Just, and Equitable World
Author: Manjarrés Riesco, Ángeles
Fernández Aller, Celia
López Sánchez, Maite
Rodríguez-Aguilar, Juan A. (Juan Antonio)
Sierra Castañer, Manuel
Keywords: Intel·ligència artificial
Aspectes morals
Equitat (Dret)
Justícia social
Artificial intelligence
Moral aspects
Social justice
Issue Date: 15-Mar-2021
Publisher: IEEE
Abstract: From the 1970s onward, we started to dream of the leisure society in which, thanks to technological progress and consequent increase in productivity, working hours would be minimized and we would all live in abundance. We all could devote our time almost exclusively to personal relationships, contact with nature, sciences, the arts, playful activities, and so on. Today, this utopia seems more unattainable than it did then. Since the 21st century, we have seen inequalities increasingly accentuated: of the increase in wealth in the United States between 2006 and 2018, adjusted for inflation and population growth, more than 87% went to the richest 10% of the population, and the poorest 50% lost wealth [1] . Following the crisis of 2008, social inequalities, rights violations, planetary degradation, and the climate emergency worsened and increased (see [2] ). In 2019, the world's 2153 billionaires had more wealth than 4.6 billion people [3] . The World Bank estimates that COVID-19 will push up to 150 million people into extreme poverty [4] .
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It is part of: IEEE Technology and Society Magazine, 2021, vol. 40, num. 1, p. 19-24
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ISSN: 0278-0097
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