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Review of Roboethics: A Navigating Overview by Spyros G. Tzafestas

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  • Review of Roboethics: A Navigating Overview by Spyros G. Tzafestas

    The intimidating subtitle and the fact it's published by Springer may intimidate some newcomers, but it's a great introduction to a multidisciplinary field that touches (or will touch) nearly every aspect of our lives. It begins with a whirlwind review of the major approaches to ethics and then moves on to applications to medicine and warfare. The pieces concerned with how humans are, will, and should interact with machines are not directly relevant to EthicsNet - as we are more focused on machine behavior, but are still worth reading. The smattering of epistemology and AI philosophy at the end feels far less complete than the introduction to ethics, but this is not the fault of the authors. It's just a launching point, after all.

    It's expensive even in paperback form, but probably available at the library...


    https://www.amazon.com/Roboethics-Na...al-text&sr=1-1
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