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"The key issue as to whether or not a non-biological entity deserves rights really comes down to whether or not it's conscious. Does it have feelings?"- Ray Kurzweil

"Whether we are based on carbon or on silicon makes no fundamental difference; we should each be treated with appropriate respect." - Arthur C. Clarke, 2010: Odyssey Two

"The folks at Singularity Hub pose the following question - if/when an artificial intelligence is created that matches the intellect of a human, should such intelligences be granted full civil rights?" - Alex Knapp, Forbes

This book really needed to be written. The Bill of Rights, applied to artificial intelligence. Food for thought.

©2016 Jason P Doherty (P)2016 Jason P Doherty

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Explosive issues for the imaginative mind

Loved this short read regarding how we address the future A.I. The author informs us of multiple situations that could arise given our current track of technology. It's hard to believe this would even be possible! Excellent read, wish it was longer.

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A silly book.

Just a heap of meaningless words.
The author does not understand what Artificial Intelligence is.