All “she” (= her programmer) wants is more brainpower:
A critical fact about artificially intelligent and sentient robots—if they could exist—University of Glasgow philosopher emeritus Hugh McLachlan notes is that, unlike life forms, they could be turned on and off.“We can imagine robots that can think and feel” at Mind Matters News
And they could be turned on and off. What are the implications of that?
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