Published October 30, 2023 | Version v1
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ETHICAL AND LEGAL ASPECTS OF HUMAN-CENTRICITY IN MANUFACTURING

  • 1. Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona: Barcelona, Catalunya, ES
  • 2. ROR icon Autonomous University of Barcelona

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Abstract
Artificial Intelligence impacts the way we think and behave. It is already changing both, and it is
commonplace by now that Large Language Models (LLMs) will be widely adopted. Existing platforms,
including Google, are embedding AI into their search engines to optimise their results. This creates a new
set of scenarios where the Turing test is being challenged. However, far from answering the questions
brought by practical philosophy, these developments raise new questions as they foster the interest for
computational ethics, the modelling of values and principles, and the emergence of legal ecosystems, i.e.,
the establishment of complex hybrid or symbiotic environments able to turn norms into living rules on
real time. In this exploratory paper, we describe the emergence of LLMs and Multimodal Foundation
Models (MFMs) and make some suggestions about how they can be used for regulatory purposes and
modelling the rule of law.

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OPTIMAI – Optimizing Manufacturing Processes through Artificial Intelligence and Virtualization 958264
European Commission