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    Article "Q&A with Futurist Martine Rothblatt"
    If computers think for themselves, should they have human rights?

    by Antonio Regalado
    October 20, 2014

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    Article "Machine ethics: The robot’s dilemma"
    Working out how to build ethical robots is one of the thorniest challenges in artificial intelligence.

    by Boer Deng
    July 1, 2015

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    Should future A.I. have civil rights?

    Published on Dec 28, 2015

    Artificial Intelligence, androids, A.I. -- should the man-made non-organic beings in our not-too distant future get the same civil rights a human should have? Should synthetic people be treated the same? Is that future to be avoided, like Bill Gates and Elon Musk have argued?

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    The ethical dilemma of self-driving cars - Patrick Lin

    Published on Dec 8, 2015

    Self-driving cars are already cruising the streets today. And while these cars will ultimately be safer and cleaner than their manual counterparts, they can’t completely avoid accidents altogether. How should the car be programmed if it encounters an unavoidable accident? Patrick Lin navigates the murky ethics of self-driving cars.

    Lesson by Patrick Lin, animation by Yukai Du.

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    Machine Ethics

    Published on Feb 1, 2016

    Ensuring Ethical Behavior in Autonomous Systems: A Case-Supported Principle-Based Paradigm

    Michael Anderson, Susan Leigh Anderson

    University of Hartford, University of Connecticut

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    The rise of social robotics

    Published on Feb 19, 2016

    Humans are social animals: starting as babies, we learn through a process of social referencing, observing others and developing a theory of mind, empathy and acculturation. Vanessa Evers, Professor of Human Media Interaction at the University of Twente, discusses how robots can also learn to understand and fit in with our social rules.

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    Making an ethical machine

    Published on Feb 19, 2016

    Many people assume that robots would have to be sentient before they could act ethically. Not so, explains Alan Winfield, Director of the Science Communication Unit at the University of the West of England. If a robot can model and predict the consequences of its own and others’ actions, it can be programmed to act in ethical ways.

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