Would you allow a machine to make moral decisions for you?
These questions are being asked today as machines get faster and more accurate.
Most of our innovations begin from military experiments and the killer robots debate
is weighing and arguing over the benefits and challenges of employing fully autonomous
Its easy to argue that human beings should wield the final decision making powers butas a species we have not exactly displayed
impeccable moral standards anyhow/ We are subject to biases and prejudices, and as history has shown are capable of producing Hilters and Idi Amins when the time is wrong
http://blogs.edweek.org/edweek/finding_common_ground/2011/08/truth_beauty_and_goodness_an_interview_with_dr_howard_gardner.html is an interview with Howard Gardener on Truth, Beauty and Goodness in the age of Twitter and it looks at ethical dilemmas of the twenty first century characterised by rapid technological advancement and moral relativism