Marty J Wolf
Marty J Wolf
Professor of Computer Science, Bemidji State University
Verified email at bemidjistate.edu - Homepage
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The ethics of designing artificial agents
FS Grodzinsky, KW Miller, MJ Wolf
Ethics and Information Technology 10 (2), 115-121, 2008
822008
Why We Should Have Seen That Coming
KW Miller, MJ Wolf, FS Grodzinsky
ORBIT Journal 1 (2), 2017
73*2017
Why we should have seen that coming: comments on microsoft’s tay “experiment,” and wider implications
MJ Wolf, KW Miller, FS Grodzinsky
The ORBIT Journal 1 (2), 1-12, 2017
682017
Why we should have seen that coming: comments on microsoft’s tay “experiment,” and wider implications
MJ Wolf, KW Miller, FS Grodzinsky
The ORBIT Journal 1 (2), 1-12, 2017
682017
AxML: a fast program for sequential and parallel phylogenetic tree calculations based on the maximum likelihood method
AP Stamatakis, T Ludwig, H Meier, MJ Wolf
Proceedings. IEEE Computer Society Bioinformatics Conference, 21-28, 2002
532002
Developing artificial agents worthy of trust:“Would you buy a used car from this artificial agent?”
FS Grodzinsky, KW Miller, MJ Wolf
Ethics and information technology 13 (1), 17-27, 2011
522011
TrExML: a maximum-likelihood approach for extensive tree-space exploration
MJ Wolf, S Easteal, M Kahn, BD McKay, LS Jermiin
Bioinformatics 16 (4), 383-394, 2000
512000
Accelerating parallel maximum likelihood-based phylogenetic tree calculations using subtree equality vectors
AP Stamatakis, T Ludwig, H Meier, MJ Wolf
SC'02: Proceedings of the 2002 ACM/IEEE Conference on Supercomputing, 40-40, 2002
462002
Accelerating parallel maximum likelihood-based phylogenetic tree calculations using subtree equality vectors
AP Stamatakis, T Ludwig, H Meier, MJ Wolf
Supercomputing, ACM/IEEE 2002 Conference, 40-40, 2002
462002
Developing automated deceptions and the impact on trust
FS Grodzinsky, KW Miller, MJ Wolf
Philosophy & Technology 28 (1), 91-105, 2015
322015
Nondeterministic circuits, space complexity and quasigroups
MJ Wolf
Theoretical Computer Science 125 (2), 295-313, 1994
321994
On two-path convexity in multipartite tournaments
DB Parker, RF Westhoff, MJ Wolf
European Journal of Combinatorics 29 (3), 641-651, 2008
282008
Ethical issues in open source software
FS Grodzinsky, K Miller, MJ Wolf
Journal of Information, Communication and Ethics in Society 1 (4), 193-205, 2003
282003
Open source software: intellectual challenges to the status quo
MJ Wolf, K Bowyer, D Gotterbarn, K Miller
ACM SIGCSE Bulletin 34 (1), 317-318, 2002
262002
ACM code of ethics: a guide for positive action
D Gotterbarn, A Bruckman, C Flick, K Miller, MJ Wolf
Communications of the ACM 61 (1), 121-128, 2017
222017
On the meaning of free software
MJ Wolf, KW Miller, FS Grodzinsky
Ethics and Information Technology 11 (4), 279-286, 2009
212009
This “ethical trap” is for roboticists, not robots: on the issue of artificial agent ethical decision-making
KW Miller, MJ Wolf, F Grodzinsky
Science and engineering ethics 23 (2), 389-401, 2017
162017
Two-path convexity in clone-free regular multipartite tournaments
DB Parker, RF Westhoff, MJ Wolf
AUSTRALASIAN JOURNAL OF COMBINATORICS 36, 177, 2006
162006
The instructional information processing account of digital computation
N Fresco, MJ Wolf
Synthese 191 (7), 1469-1492, 2014
152014
On convex subsets in tournaments
DJ Haglin, MJ Wolf
SIAM Journal on Discrete Mathematics 9 (1), 63-70, 1996
151996
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