|Bidan Huang teases Aude Billard's robot|
I think the slides are pretty clear and hopefully persuasive, but there's no video of the talk so you may want to see some of my related blogposts:
- About the German "digital persons" controversy: Robots are owned. Owners are taxed. Internet services cost Information.
- About the root of moral subjectivity: Chess wasn't killed by AI: The gestalt of being human.
- And more about why we can extend moral agency to our children yet avoid doing so in our robots: Robots are more like novels than children
- About the presence of AI: 2015: The first year AI nearly killed me.
- AI & Consciousness, in 5x140 characters
- And a reminder that in the unlikely event that we both could and did create AI that's exactly like human intelligence, then the arguments above would not hold: Clones should NOT be slaves.