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Links 1 through 6 of 6 by Sterling Camden tagged military

<blockquote>I’d go further still, and ask whether that capacity for emotion and moral action actually obviates the entire point of using robots to fight wars - in other words, if robots are supposed to take the positions of humans in situations we consider too dangerous to expend real people on, how close does a robot’s emotions and morality have to be to their human equivalents before it becomes immoral to use them in the same way?</blockquote>

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And what about that "slave morality?" Is anyone else thinking of Nietzsche's concept of resentiment?

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... and of course their software must be completely free of bugs -- but that shouldn't be a problem. Right, Hal?
via <a href="">the Code Project</a>.

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You've come a long way, baby.

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"robots that will decide on where, when and who to kill" -- what could possibly go wrong?
via <a href="">The Code Project</a>.

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