Moral Machines: Teaching Robots Right From Wrong

Oup Usa (2010)
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Moral Machines explores the development of computers and robots capable of making moral decisions. Why do we need them? Do we want computers and robots making moral decisions? And if we do, how can we make ethics computable? The challenge of building moral machines forces one to think deeply about how humans make moral decisions
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