Racef in Serbia advocates for “predicting” AI “to avoid having to do damage repair”
the Royal Academy of Economics and Financial Sciences (RAICEF) Signed a cooperation agreement with the University of Kragujevac (Serbia) after holding an international academic event dedicated to “Artificial Intelligence: Economics and Social Innovations”. Serbian experts in the field and Spanish academics took part in the academic session, including the President of Racef, Jaime Gil Aloja, who advocated “coordination between human intelligence and artificial intelligence in order to achieve more joint progress between them. .
For Gil Aluga, who also got the Honorary doctorate33 in his academic career, “We are facing a change in the way economic activity is managed because the notion that generative AI has the potential to significantly improve efficiency and productivity, reduce costs and increase the quality of manufactured products, but on the other hand, there are ethical limitations.
“The recipe for minimizing harm to humans in the face of AI is to anticipate events before having to repair the damage they cause,” Racef’s president believes. Expect Aluga’s generation to tire in the track that Royal Corporation has opened up across school of economic thought Known as the School of Humanistic Economics in Barcelona. They defended Racef that artificial intelligence is not being used as was the “Manchester” industries, which, during the Industrial Revolution, were transformed into “centers of degradation of human bodies and souls, with man’s subordination to machine”.
In the academic session, papers were also presented by Spanish academics Vicente Lern, José Daniel Barquero, Arturo Rodriguez and corresponding foreigners Janusz Kaprzyk and Valerio Joan Frank, as well as numbers Mario Aguirre, Fernando Casado, Javier Makeda, Serbs Nenad Filipović (Dean of the University of Kragujevac), Janusz, Zoran Kalinic, Veljko Marinković and Tjana Geroski.
Aloja’s generation has promoted the stream of thought in humane economics for two decades, in Dawn of the digital revolution. The school began in the last years of the 1960s, when a group of European intellectuals usually gathered in France or Belgium and then in Spain, coming from different countries, diverse ideologies and different training, with the sole claim to “face what was then called a technological challenge”. The group was known as “Quadrivium”. the Barcelona School of Humanitarian Economics It considers that the purpose of economic activity is not only profit maximization, but that its objectives are diverse and that, under equal conditions between them, it is necessary to establish an order of priority that goes beyond the individual objective, in order to obtain shared prosperity based on the values of solidarity, cooperation, sustainability and social justice.
At the international academic event, many questions were raised about the differences between artificial and human intelligence, starting with the question of what makes us human, beyond our ability to learn, because machines already have it. But are machines also capable of this Collaborate and compete to create value What works for all of us? Does the machine know that other machines need it? Do you feel empathy when you see another machine in trouble? Can you put the needs of another machine before your own? In short: will she be able to cease to exist so that others may as well? What if what makes us human is the ability to sacrifice ourselves for others, to be better together?