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Friday, June 3, 2016

Artificial Intelligence (AI) Protected By Human Rights

Artificial Intelligence Should Be Protected by Human Rights, Says Oxford Mathematician

Machines have feelings too.

Peter Dockrill | May 31, 2016

With huge leaps taking place in the world of artificial intelligence (AI), right now, experts have started asking questions about the new forms of protection we might need against the formidable smarts and potential dangers of computers and robots of the near future.
But do robots need protection from us too? As the 'minds' of machines evolve ever closer to something that's hard to tell apart from human intelligence, new generations of technology may need to be afforded the kinds of moral and legal protections we usually think of as 'human' rights, says mathematician Marcus du Sautoy from the University of Oxford in the UK.

"Artificial intelligence should be protected by human rights, Oxford mathematician argues." Source:

<more at; related articles and links: (Computers could develop consciousness and may need 'human' rights, says Oxford professor. May 29, 2016) and (AI Human Rights or a Step Towards AI Enslavement? | Artificial intelligence should be protected by human rights, says Oxford mathematician. May 31, 2016)>

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