Ethics and AI: Part 2

We affirm that, as a tool created by humans, AI will be inherently subject to bias and that these biases must be accounted for, minimized, or removed through continual human oversight and discretion. AI should be designed and used in such ways that treat all human beings as having equal worth and dignity. AI should be utilized as a tool to identify and eliminate bias inherent in human decision-making.

We deny that AI should be designed or used in ways that violate the fundamental principle of human dignity for all people. Neither should AI be used in ways that reinforce or further any ideology or agenda, seeking to subjugate human autonomy under the power of the state.

Micah 6:8; John 13:34; Galatians 3:28-29; 5:13-14; Philippians 2:3-4; Romans 12:10

Editor’s note: To read more about why we wrote this statement, read my post that originally ran at

Recommended Resources

The Age of AI: Artificial Intelligence and the Future of Humanity – by Jason Thacker

AI Ethics – by Mark Coeckelbergh

Tools and Weapons: The Promise and the Peril of the Digital Age – by Brad Smith and Carol Ann Browne

Architects of Intelligence: The Truth about AI from the People Building It – edited by Martin Ford