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What are the consequences for humanity if we encourage robots to learn how to lie? What are the consequences for the robots? (Read the complete story)

"See also this article, which further explores the idea of robot "genomes" to evolve character traits - Rity Software Agent Has 'Genomic' Personality."
(Bill Christensen 8/19/2009 10:44:49 AM)
"Wasn't this the same experiment in which the robots learned self sacrifice as well?"
(Semah 8/19/2009 1:51:47 PM)
"google "achewood liebot""
(Onstad Fan 8/19/2009 11:45:32 PM)
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( 8/21/2009 8:19:41 PM)
"I didn't think '2010' was much of a movie. To me, it's mostly interesting as an earlier example of a whole 'ghost ship' genre of science-fiction film, which stretches from the ST episode 'The Tholian Web' through '2010' and on to 'Event Horizon,' 'Supernova,' and 'Sphere.'"
(any other examples? 8/22/2009 8:54:34 AM)
"For me, 2010 was a great example of a film really presenting the texture and stance of the book. Clarke's books have the same kind of stance; that human beings get into all kinds of trouble because of their curiosity and drive to understand and that best response is to shine the clear light of human intellect upon every problem. Calmly, humankind's greatest achievement - science - will provide the answers and the understanding to surmount difficulty."
(Bill Christensen 8/24/2009 2:57:22 PM)

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