Do androids dream of normative endorsement? On the fallibility of artificial moral agents

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Podschwadek, Frodo;
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The more autonomous future artificial agents will become, the more important it seems to equip them with a capacity for moral reasoning and to make them autonomous moral agents (AMAs). Some authors have even claimed that one of the aims of AI development should be to bu... View more
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