Humans, machines, and the structure of knowledge

A writing from Harry M. Collins of Cardiff University.

http://www.stanford.edu/group/SHR/4-2/text/collins.html

“Change in the way we act is not necessarily bad even when it is change from regular to behavior-specific action, but we want to continue to be free to decide how best to carry out our acts. We do not want to lose our freedom of action so as to accommodate the behavior of machines.”

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