Suppose we had robots perfectly identical to men, women and children and we were permitted by law to interact with them in any way we pleased. How would you treat them?

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Our Travis Rieder explores why withdrawing from the agreement itself matters morally

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Imagine a pill that could make you a more “moral” person. Would you take it? Today, leading scientists are debating the ethics of just that — a pill that improves morality

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Jeffrey P. Kahn, the director of the Johns Hopkins Berman Institute of Bioethics, points to two looming ethical issues

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Our artificial intelligence systems are advancing at a remarkable rate, and though it will be some time before we have human-like synthetic intelligence, it makes sense to begin working on programming morality now. And researchers at Duke University are already well on their way

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That way, it’ll be moral

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A conversation with Google’s in-house philosopher, Luciano Floridi

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We’re all going to die and we all know it. This can be both a burden and a blessing

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