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To what extent would creation of artificial life be beneficial to humans?

Authors: Tridhaman Batra Walia;

To what extent would creation of artificial life be beneficial to humans?

Abstract

This paper discusses the potential benefits and risks of creating artificial life and raises the question of whether it would be beneficial to humans. The author explains that artificial life can be created in a lab using natural biology or engineering, and that it has the potential to revolutionize medicine and vaccine development. However, the author also acknowledges the ethical concerns surrounding artificial life, particularly the potential for it to be used as a bio-weapon or to cause environmental harm. The paper concludes that while the benefits of artificial life are significant, the risks outweigh them and that caution must be exercised to ensure that the technology is used responsibly.

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