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A Bill of Rights for the Age of Artificial Intelligence

We should be concerned about the rights of all sentients as an unprecedented diversity of minds emerges

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In 1950, Norbert Wiener’s The Human Use of Human Beings was at the cutting edge of vision and speculation in proclaiming:

[T]he machine like the djinnee, which can learn and…




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George M. Church

George M. Church

Robert Winthrop Professor of Genetics at Harvard Medical School and Professor of Health Sciences and Technology, Harvard-MIT.

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