Robot Rights.

chieftiff

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I think that is just the BBC's spin on the subject fed by a few media seeking philosophers. The issue is more to do with protecting society from autonomous machines and that old chestnut liability! The reality is we are a long way from defending/ protecting the rights of a conscious machine, judging what a consciousness is would be a good start as I don't think the Turing Test is accepted as a measure of the ability to think anymore, more the ability to fool. "Dubito, ergo cogito, ergo sum."
 
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