Organizational Artificial Intelligence Behavior


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Artificial Intelligence, AI, AI-evolution, algorithms, cognitive robotics, emerging technologies, ethical issues, ethics, human robot interaction, international law, killing, legal personhood, organizational behavior, roboethics, virtue of killing


Artificial Intelligence (AI) poses historically unique challenges for organizational settings. In a world, where there is a currently ongoing entrance of AI and algorithms into the workforce, the emerging autonomy and superiority of AI holds unique potentials but also economic and ethical challenges in the organizational context. With AI being endowed with quasi-human rights and citizenship in the Western and Arabic worlds, the question arises how to handle overpopulation but also misbehavior of AI? Should AI become eternal or is there a virtue in switching off AI at a certain point? If so, we may have to redefine laws around killing, define a virtue of killing and draw on philosophy to answer the question how to handle the abyss of killing AI with ethical grace, rational efficiency and fair style. Further, market disruptions in the wake of AI may already have begun, pressing for a demand to monitor and alleviate potential downfalls of AI. Lastly, with eternal AI overpopulation problems and resource consumption demand for attention of the impact of AI on sustainable development. The presented theoretical results will set the ground for a controlled AI-evolution in the 21st century and guide on the entrance of AI into our contemporary workforce in the organizational world.