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Salim Huerta
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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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    Oct 3 2012: There is one reason and one reason only that we should not create AI. And that is simply under today's standards. They will never be seen as equals. However once we find peace with living creatures (us humans and the likes) only then should we create AI
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      Oct 5 2012: Hopefully they will be intelligent enough to recognize that violence towards those who are ignorant is not worth it and that there are plenty of good and accepting people in the world.

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