The planet needs to decide who asteroids and comets belong to, because I don’t think they belong to the first person to send a rocket up to collect them. And, if we try to have that discussion after the mining of space has made Earth’s first trillionaire, then it will be just too late. That… Continue reading Asteroids and comets: a common good
Ethics and AI: should we be building AI?
There’s a common question I encounter when I post about ethics, particularly to promote secular ethics or challenge religious ethics: given that we can basically figure out how to operate in society, why try to create a divide between the religious and non-religious? ‘Can we all just get along.’ The sentiment isn’t always that politely… Continue reading Ethics and AI: should we be building AI?