The algorithms implemented through artificial intelligence (AI) and big data projects are used in life-and-death situations. While research exists to address varying aspects of moral decision-making with algorithms, the definition of project success is not readily available. Nevertheless, researchers place the burden of responsibility for ethical decisions from AI systems on the system developers.
Using a systematic literature review, this research identified 71 AI project success factors in 14 groups related to moral decision-making with algorithms. It contributes to project management literature, specifically for AI projects. Project managers and sponsors can use the results during project planning and execution.
Abstract of the paper Gloria Miller presented at FedCSIS 2021, the 16th Conference on Computer Science and Intelligence Systems. She was honored with the ‘Best Paper Award 2021’.