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Stakeholders (AI) by Mind Map: Stakeholders (AI)

1. Public

1.1. Benefits from the Technology

1.1.1. Consumer Devices Lawnmower Vacuum Cleaner

1.1.2. Traffic Lights

1.2. Robots

1.2.1. Manufacturing

1.2.2. Surgery

1.3. Responsibilities

1.3.1. Not to take advantage of or abuse the technology

1.4. It will replace real people and encourages anti-social behavior. Some AI doesn't do a job as good as a human could do, e.g robot vacuum cleaner.

1.5. It will cost taxpayers money to fund AI technologies even if they don't agree to it. Devices that use AI may not work properly and may cause disruptions and animosity.

1.6. AI makes the road safer because traffic lights correctly direct traffic without the need of a real person which would be a tiresome job. People will also benefit from the technology because it makes their life easier everyday e.g Metcard Ticket Machines.

2. Users

2.1. Manufacturers and People implementing AI technology

2.2. Responsibilities

2.2.1. Make sure that it is safe and won't harm anybody and use the technology for good.

2.3. If AI fails they will be responsible and incur the cost. The public may not like AI and complain about it or refuse to use it.

2.4. They can replace people that do tedious tasks with machines, hence they will cut their costs. E.g assembly line in car manufacturing.

3. Government

3.1. Funding

3.2. Science Institutions

3.3. Responsibilities

3.3.1. To spend money wisely on researching to benefit interests of the public.

3.4. The AI systems could be 'hacked' and data compromised. AI could also be changed without anyone knowing and consequences could arise on how it manages the system.

3.5. They can develop new technologies and breakthroughs that benefit the community and make them lead the world in the AI field.

4. Business/Company

4.1. Military

4.2. Security Agencies

4.3. Car Companies

4.4. Responsibilities

4.4.1. To protect Australia's security against terrorism using e.g bomb disarming robots. To be fair with employees when using AI in the workplace and not put AI first.

4.5. The technology may fail or take a different course and if using AI bombs wrong targets may be attacked.

4.6. AI that could make jobs easier and safer for them will be implemented. Instead of risking lives of humans, AI could be involved in different fields to take over their jobs.

4.6.1. New node

5. Should AI be used?

5.1. Ethical

5.1.1. Would it be right to use AI in humans (e.g robotic hand replacement if you have an accident) or make human-like robots?

5.2. Ecological

5.2.1. Increase in manufacturing products that use AI will increase pollution, pollution will also come from old technology that has been discarded.

5.3. Political

5.3.1. Computerization of nuclear weapons using game theoretic logic.

5.4. Technological

5.4.1. Development and use of new technology will open up new pathways for the future.

5.5. Social/Community

5.5.1. Less jobs Companies gain a higher profit People will benefit from products that are smarter, safer and faster from using AI.

5.6. Ecomomic

5.6.1. It has a high cost to build/research the AI which is costing the taxpayers (user). Speeds up car assembly by replacing people machines which are cheaper.