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Robotic ethics

Started this discussion. Last reply by Masahiro Nakata Nov 14, 2012. 6 Replies

We are now entering the age of robot. The robotics revolutionize not only our life but conflicts among the countries  America is in the vanguard of robot industry, especially in the military field.…Continue


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What are your interests and areas of expertise in international relations?
Economy, Ethics, Globalization, Religion, Science, Technology
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I am a seasoned journalist of 34 years' experience in the international fields. I am seeking new ethics in the 21 st century globalization.

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At 8:49am on November 2, 2019, pinyin chen chen said…

私の名前はピンチェンです。私はタイで生まれ育ちました。母は韓国出身で、父はタイ出身ですが、フィリピンに留まり、彼のビジネスのほとんどは彼が死ぬまでです。 私はあなたに私のメールに返信してほしいと思います


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