“Until recently, the idea of robot rights had been left to the realms of science fiction. Perhaps that’s because the real machines surrounding us have been relatively unsophisticated. Nobody feels bad about chucking away a toaster or a remote-control toy car. Yet the arrival of social robots changes that. They display autonomous behaviour, show intent and embody familiar forms like pets or humanoids, says Darling. In other words, they act as if they are alive. It triggers our emotions, and often we can’t help it.”
Nuance is placing priorities on persona and emotional connection. It’s fine drawing on third parties for some databases.
I quoted him in a 38-page paper about this topic in college. Looking forward to the book— humor can bring out some good points on this.
Faceboook says it wants to get 5 billion more people online. That’s certainly in Facebook’s favor, but the anthropology major in me has to pose a question: do you think it is in the interest of those 5 billion more people as well? Will they want it? Should they?
Just curious where you fall.