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As Technology Races Toward Giving Life To The Image Of The Beast, Theologians Want To Know If An A.I. ENTITY CAN COMMIT SIN

As artificial intelligence (AI) catches up with human intelligence and machines become more and more autonomous, roboticists are increasingly asking about ethics. If a machine is capable of making a decision, what are the moral principles that guide that decision? Can a robot have a conscience? And if so, how is that conscience to be designed and developed? And on the further fringes of the debate, can a robot sin? According to Computer Business Review (CBR), a group of investors is putting $27 million into a fund designed to answer questions like this. They’re supporting the Ethics and Governance of Artificial Intelligence Fund, which is being overseen by the MIT Media Lab and the Berkman Klein Centre for Internet and Society at Harvard University. The idea, says CBR, is to apply the humanities, social sciences, and other non-tech disciplines to the development of AI. According to Reid Hoffman, founder of LinkedIn and partner at venture capital firm Greylock Partners: “There’s an urgency to ensure that AI benefits society and minimizes harm […] However, talk of robots having a “conscience” or a “soul” makes some Christians uneasy. (READ MORE)


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