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Ethical considerations for responsible design

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Conversational interfaces are increasingly commonplace and dialogue agents are used to perform a variety of functions previously performed by humans. Recent work in dialogue systems has begun to explore how human-like character traits and personas can be embedded within dialogue agents in order to support more human-like and naturalistic human-machine interactions. In this talk I will explore some of the ethical and societal implications that arise when developing increasingly human-like agents. In particular, I will consider some key challenges for the responsible design of conversational systems, such as handling abusive interactions and privacy-protecting measures.

This talk is part of the NLIP Seminar Series series.

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