The Ambiguous Ethical Status of Autonomous Robots

John P. Sullins

This paper will present the argument that the ethical status of autonomous robots, both as ethical agents and objects of ethical consideration, will be based on, but not identical to, the ethical status of their makers, operators, and those people and other machines that will interact with them.

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