Artificial intelligence has become a topic for discussion as the twenty-first century has progressed. Machine learning has prompted questions and ideas regarding ethical, communicative, and responsibility concerns on artificial intelligence. Questions over consent, privacy, and inappropriate use of personal data might give rise to these ethical dilemmas.

privacy Concerns 

"Decoded data may be susceptible to illegal access, which could result in privacy violations or the exposure of sensitive data."

Rules and regulations help ensure that semantic decoders follow ethical guidelines. These rules cover how the technology operates, how data is collected and used. Just like other AI technologies, semantic decoders must meet strict ethical standards for proper use.

Developers and users play a key role in making sure semantic decoders are used ethically. By following guidelines, they can ensure the technology aligns with ethical principles. Certain protocols are in place to protect user data from breaches or misuse. For example, encryption can prevent others from viewing sensitive data and control who has access to your data. This prevents from breaches or misuses.

Transperancy and fairness

"Researchers may coerce individuals into participating in data collection." 

Another important part is getting permission from users before using their personal data. This gives users control over how their information is used. Following these rules helps make sure semantic decoders are used responsibly and fairly.

For example, researchers at The University of Austin, Texas, respect this rule. When a participant resisted the semantic decoder to translate their thoughts into speech, the AI operating system did not proceed with attempting to produce a translation. Additionally, Individuals are typically given the option to consent. This ensures that participants are aware of the intended use of their data. Individuals must have the option to consent or decline involvement in the research. The Association for Computing Machinery (ACM) and other laws also set guidelines for using technology ethically. These guidelines and policies are put into action to ensure technology is used fairly and openly, respecting people's rights and promoting justice.