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60 Ethics

If one’s personal ethics suggests not to abuse their privileges, those being better cheaters should stop gaslighting and their ‘war on stupid people’, and approach the vulnerable with an ethics of care (which is learned and known by connectivist ripple effects and recognition).

Summary of my course blogposts

My summary of the course.
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#ethics21 Week 7 Takeaways

In the #ethics21 MOOC, some important thoughts were really carried through. This made the limitation of AI much clearer for me. Continue reading

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#ethics21 More Week 6 thoughts

After many hours of listening to the 9 videos of this module, the reward is a very satisfying, plausible and useful takeaway.
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#ethics21 Week 4, more

Initially, “Mandatory labeling of artificial agents” might not seem like a big deal, but very soon, artificial agents will be able to appear totally indistinguishable from genuine humans.
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#ethics21 Week 1 Task

“What Does Ethics Mean to You?” … It is not like legal obligations, it is voluntary and beyond legal compliance. This also means that ethical goals, in contrast to laws, are not a consensus among the many
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