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IndexAdams, Henry284–285Agency194–7AI (artificial intelligence)4–11, 37f., 43, 44f.AI, and human face288–289AI, deceiving11AI, divine285–286AI, fallacies7AI, financial279–280AI, friendly140f.AI, functional276AI, partnership with289–290AI, relational276–277AI, substantive276AI, strong75, 83Algorithm44ffAlterity269Anthropic Bias139Anthropocentism269Anthropomorphism265Artificial General Intelligence (AGI)262Artificial mind44Artificial Moral Agents176Automaton37ff., 41, 44f., 47f., 287–288Autonomous systems accountability378Autonomous Vehicles – Fatal Crashes197, 382Autonomous Vehicles189–200Autonomy241, 242, 243, 246, 249Bayes’ theorem149Bootstrapping Problem138Bullshit test1, 2, 3, 4, 12Compartmentalization144Complementarity approach387Complexity310–314, 387Computationalism75–77Computer As Social Actor (CASA)261Computerization362–365Conscious mental states38, 43Consciousness263Crash Safety191Creative systems377Declarative speech acts369–372, 378Demarcation problem of science365, 366Descartes-Axiom7, 9, 11Descartes-Postulate7, 11Digital-Analogue converter (DAC)10Digitalization362–365Dignity241–250Discoverability criterion for science370Embodiment277Epistemic Progress147Epistemology135Ethical pluralism182–183Ethics267–269, 271Everyday Worlds308–310Existential Risk140Frankenstein281–283Golem281–284Honour248, 249, 250Hubris280–282Human – machine interface388Human Bias139f., 388Human Rights242–250Human Robot Interaction (HRI)261Image of God276–278Image of humankind276–278Inequality279–280Intentional stance52Is/ought problem258–259Kurzweil, Ray285–286Law of Acceleration Returns (LOAR)137Learning by listening327Learning by playing328f.Learning by teaching329f.Machine37f., 43f.Machine agents382, 384, 386f.Machine invention382Machine invention systems379Marx, Karl283–285, 379Mechanism42Moore’s Law6, 137Moral agency175Moral dilemma74, 147Moral sentimentalism266Networked Driving193–194Normative Problem134f., 143Occam’s razor153Oracle A.I.146Orthogonality thesis138Other268–269Other mind’s problem263Other, otherness of robots277–278, 299, 302Phenomenal experience79–83Predictive Processing148Privacy and Security194Reflective Equilibrium144Relational turn268Resistance to technological change Responsibility195–197, 383Rights269Robot1, 10–13, 257Robots’ social roles324–326Robots as teachers324Robots as peers325Robots as learners325f.Rule utilitarianism178–182Rule utilitarianism: Compliance180–181Rule utilitarianism: Demandingness181–182Rule utilitarianism: Universalization Principle179–180Scientific discovery361–372Self-driving car ethics173–175, 182–184Singularity Hypothesis137Slaves264–265Solomonoff Induction152Structure of scientific discoveries368 & 369Technology260–261Technology assessment model (TAM)385Theomorphic robots294, 385Transhumanism6Transhumanist prophecy7Trolley Problem189–193Turing Machine5, 153Turing Test13Utilitarianism176–178Value Alignment140f.Vehicle Dynamics190–191Wicked Problem308–309

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