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    Quote Originally Posted by britanyweel View Post
    Ethics can be a sensitive topic when we are discussing technology and anything related to it. I remember that we were having a conversation at university about robots and how are they compared to people. There are many types of robots, like PLC and it's really interesting to discuss this matter. I am really curious about the future. What it will bring? Are robots going to have the ability to think like humans when it comes to morality or free will? It's somehow scary to create a piece of machinery like this, but we are evolving as a nation and we are going to see what's next.
    "Ethics, morality and free will" will probably be subject to controls established by Government.

    Artur Pawlowski a Canadian provides some interesting observations.


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