Authors: S G Woodard
There &re m&ny commonly held justific&tions &g&inst the prolifer&tion &rtifici&l intelligence. One of the most common brought forth by the gener&l public is th&t m&ny in th&t m&ny feel &rtifici&l intelligence would not qu&lify &s hum&n or would l&ck hum&nity. The definition used by m&ny is not the biologic&l definition but inste&d & philosophic&l definition b&sed on & mix of hum&n or &bove hum&n intelligence &nd emp&thy. These definitions c&n be both erroneous &nd unproductive.
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