Information Technology and Ethics/Ethics of Future Robotic Ethics
How is the ethics in future?Edit
Robotics Ethics Dilemma in futureEdit
The most important concern is safety. Robots have been developed and used only for industrial experts and military use, but now they are used by ordinary people. Robot vacuum cleaners and lawn mowers are already widely used at home, and robot toys are popular with children.
As these robots become more intelligent, who is attacking first or harming is becoming unclear. Should designers be held accountable? Should the user be responsible? Do robots have to take responsibility? Robots have physical robots that can be touched and digital robots that can not be touched. Digital robots are as complex as computer programming. For example, you make financial decisions.
If this intelligent expert software robot has made a huge loss in decision making, who will be responsible for it?
The second serious problem is the second principles of the Asimov robot. We have to obey human orders unconditionally, but human language and natural language programming is that robots are difficult to distinguish who has been commanded. Therefore, although the three principles of Asimov emphasize only the safety of the human, the problem is more serious if the robot has a sense of perception.
If the robot feels pain, does it grant something special rights? If robots possess emotions, should robots be given the right to marry humans?
Should I give personal intellectual property or ownership? This is still a long time story. But we can know that it is not that far from the talk of the animal rights abuse prevention Robots that can have sex with humans have emerged and are now a major issue in society.