Bina48 Mock Trial: Plaintiff's Brief
Mock Trial, Attorney for the Plaintiff, Will Rosellini, sets an intricate foundation and skillfully represents the fictional plaintiff, Charlie Fairfax, against the consequences of the pairing and use of a conscious computer (BINA48) and an on-line role-playing game (BrainGate Systsem7.0). Will undertakes Charlie’s plight and search for a legal remedy to the financial loss he allegedly suffered at the ‘hands’ of BINA48.
Artificial Moral Agents (AMAs): Prospects and Approaches for Building Computer Systems and Robots Capable of Making Moral Decisions
Wendell Wallach, of WW Associates and affiliated with the Yale Interdisciplinary Center for Bioethics, in recognition that systems are becoming more and more autonomous, employs the term “Machine Morality” in his discussion of the prospects for implementing moral decision-making faculties in artificial agents.
Artificial Intelligence as a Legal Person
As a private practice attorney and biotechnology enthusiast, David Calverley, Esq. skillfully explores the frontier of complex legal, philosophical, ethical, and ‘personhood’ issues society universally faces in the coming, technological age of Artificial Intelligence.
What it Might "Feel" Like to be Connected to Devices That Will Expand or Enhance Human Function With Cyber Abilities
Larry Cauller, Ph.D., an Associate Professor of Neuroscience at the University of Texas, shares what he calls the Neuro Interactive Paradigm to further the understanding of how the dynamics of the nervous system works toward the next stage of bio-consciousness; the immergence of fusing the biological with the artificial.