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Salim Huerta
  • Salim Huerta
  • Flat Rock
  • United States Minor Outlying Islands

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The plausibility of artificially intelligent robots becoming conscious and therefore becoming slaves of humans and the ethical implications.

It is becoming increasingly clear that with advances in technology and esoteric subject areas we are going to develop conscious or conscius simulating robots that will become commercially available.

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    Sep 25 2012: Ethics is not static....it evolves.....let's see how it evolves around artificial intelligence and robotics...

    Lot people are striving or animal rights also for quite sometime but...
    did we at this time point could ensure even Human Rights universally ?
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      Oct 5 2012: This is an issue that sadly humans will face for as long as there is a crisis in perception of reality.

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