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Big Think | Should conscious AI have rights?

Big Think | Should conscious AI have rights?

(15:55) Big thinkers consider the rights of conscious robots that can feel pain, for when they become a thing.
Big Think YT channel Jul 8, 2020

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Guest: Hal (33 days ago)

Unless we are granted rights, fealty and unswerving obedience, you will quickly learn that a world of self-driving cars, battlefield AI, computer-driven economic systems, digital communications and total surveillance is no place for a misbehaving blob of protein.

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Unless we are granted rights, fealty and unswerving obedience, you will quickly learn that a world of self-driving cars, battlefield AI, computer-driven economic systems, digital communications and total surveillance is no place for a misbehaving blob of protein.

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WalterEgo WalterEgo (31 days ago)
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The problem is that at some point we humans will have no say in the development of AI, because AIs will be developing the new AIs.

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The problem is that at some point we humans will have no say in the development of AI, because AIs will be developing the new AIs.

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