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  1. Feb 2022
    1. In online games, racism and mistreatment of children are punishable as they should. But, one can ask, why murder is not punished in virtual space.

      This text from Wired opens an interesting debate arguing that as 'virtual' is becoming more and more 'real' with Metaverse and other initiatives, we have to revisit 'virtual ethics', including murder in online games.

      Article introduces a few concepts including

      • virtual realism (what happens online can have 'real consequences').
      • 'The Gamer's Dilemma' on what is allowed and not in online games.
      • virtual ethics - should it be different from classical ethics?

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  2. Dec 2021
  3. Sep 2021
    1. e need to define clear red lines that we as humankind are not willing to cross. This includes stepping back from creating killing machines - lethal autonomous weapons systems - systems where an algorithm decides in a split second who lives and who dies.
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    1. At the same time, we must bearin mind that digital transformationand artificial intelligenceposes new risks.Also, security threats in cyberspace are increasing.16.Therefore, in parallel with technological developments, we must work actively to define new legal principles. 17.On the one hand these principles should help us make the best use of opportunitiesand, on the other, to avoid risksand damage to human rights and freedoms.
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    1. However, to go beyond that and fight for our future and the future of our youth and children, the human will must set a course of action,not mere wordsor callsto action, but concrete commitments, with responsibilities and quantifiable changes in their impact, and qualitative ones intheir ethics
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