May 15, 2019
Well friends, I'm gonna level with you. We've been doing a little bit of mad sciencing on the side, and it appears some of the clones got loose and recorded an episode on Orphan Black and the Ethics of Cloning. It's a bit all over the place from what I'm told, but we thought it best to honor their plucky ingenuity and share the results with you, so that you can decide if the world is a better place with these strange creatures in it.
"Goodbye Dolly": The Ethics of Human Cloning by Harris https://jme.bmj.com/content/23/6/353.short?fbclid=IwAR3E45jciGtPRQZFlw4p_uciuNU8uH3HliEgCdEL9YCBjNDPWUHeh75a0Ds
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CONTENT PREVIEW: We're doing a "classics of sci-fi history" next week and reading Runaround by Azimov, the story generally credited as the first time the three laws of robotics are explicitly laid out. We'll discuss the problems with rule based ethics as a way to train AI.