• Dr. Victor Barinua
  • Udofia Chioma Miriam
  • Onyemaobi Anne Obiageli
  • Nwokoma Ngozi Stella


Artificial Intelligence, AI, AI-evolution, algorithms, cognitive robotics, emerging technologies, ethical issues, ethics, human robot interaction, international law, killing, legal personhood, organizational behavior and robotics


Artificial Intelligence (AI) poses historically unique challenges for organizational settings. In a world. There is no doubt, that Artificial Intelligent (AI) has a lot of contributions to the overall well-being of humanity and improving productivity, it is worth noting that there is also a negative impact associated with the use of the technology on ethical grounds ranging from privacy issue to lack of transparency. Quite a lot of work has been done to provide best practices in the development and use of these systems to gain the acceptance of the public; this is very essential for nations to exploit the full potential of AI. This work brings to the frontlines some of the risks/issues associated with AI from different pieces of literature and provides commonplace or leading principles and frameworks required to develop responsible AI or autonomous systems. The guidelines encourage stakeholders in the industry of developing AI systems to incorporate facilities that support transparency, privacy protection, accountability, and contestability. These guidelines are not new, but they are contextualized to suit ethics in AI. Above all, AI systems should not be seen as being equal to or greater than man, but rather be seen as augmenting intelligent systems to assist human who is the only moral agents. Keywords: Artificial Intelligence; Ethics; Principles; Guidelines; Issues.




How to Cite

Barinua, D. V., Chioma Miriam, U. ., Anne Obiageli , O. ., & Ngozi Stella, N. (2023). ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE AS A COMTEMPORARY ISSUES IN ORGANISATIONAL BEHAVIOUR. BW Academic Journal, 9. Retrieved from

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