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Adams, Henry 284–285
Agency 194–7
AI (artificial intelligence) 4–11, 37f., 43, 44f.
AI, and human face 288–289
AI, deceiving 11
AI, divine 285–286
AI, fallacies 7
AI, financial 279–280
AI, friendly 140f.
AI, functional 276
AI, partnership with 289–290
AI, relational 276–277
AI, substantive 276
AI, strong 75, 83
Algorithm 44ff
Alterity 269
Anthropic Bias 139
Anthropocentism 269
Anthropomorphism 265
Artificial General Intelligence (AGI) 262
Artificial mind 44
Artificial Moral Agents 176
Automaton 37ff., 41, 44f., 47f., 287–288
Autonomous systems accountability 378
Autonomous Vehicles – Fatal Crashes 197, 382
Autonomous Vehicles 189–200
Autonomy 241, 242, 243, 246, 249
Bayes’ theorem 149
Bootstrapping Problem 138
Bullshit test 1, 2, 3, 4, 12
Compartmentalization 144
Complementarity approach 387
Complexity 310–314, 387
Computationalism 75–77
Computer As Social Actor (CASA) 261
Computerization 362–365
Conscious mental states 38, 43
Consciousness 263
Crash Safety 191
Creative systems 377
Declarative speech acts 369–372, 378
Demarcation problem of science 365, 366
Descartes-Axiom 7, 9, 11
Descartes-Postulate 7, 11
Digital-Analogue converter (DAC) 10
Digitalization 362–365
Dignity 241–250
Discoverability criterion for science 370
Embodiment 277
Epistemic Progress 147
Epistemology 135
Ethical pluralism 182–183
Ethics 267–269, 271
Everyday Worlds 308–310
Existential Risk 140
Frankenstein 281–283
Golem 281–284
Honour 248, 249, 250
Hubris 280–282
Human – machine interface 388
Human Bias 139f., 388
Human Rights 242–250
Human Robot Interaction (HRI) 261
Image of God 276–278
Image of humankind 276–278
Inequality 279–280
Intentional stance 52
Is/ought problem 258–259
Kurzweil, Ray 285–286
Law of Acceleration Returns (LOAR) 137
Learning by listening 327
Learning by playing 328f.
Learning by teaching 329f.
Machine 37f., 43f.
Machine agents 382, 384, 386f.
Machine invention 382
Machine invention systems 379
Marx, Karl 283–285, 379
Mechanism 42
Moore’s Law 6, 137
Moral agency 175
Moral dilemma 74, 147
Moral sentimentalism 266
Networked Driving 193–194
Normative Problem 134f., 143
Occam’s razor 153
Oracle A.I. 146
Orthogonality thesis 138
Other 268–269
Other mind’s problem 263
Other, otherness of robots 277–278, 299, 302
Phenomenal experience 79–83
Predictive Processing 148
Privacy and Security 194
Reflective Equilibrium 144
Relational turn 268
Resistance to technological change Responsibility 195–197, 383
Rights 269
Robot 1, 10–13, 257
Robots’ social roles 324–326
Robots as teachers 324
Robots as peers 325
Robots as learners 325f.
Rule utilitarianism 178–182
Rule utilitarianism: Compliance 180–181
Rule utilitarianism: Demandingness 181–182
Rule utilitarianism: Universalization Principle 179–180
Scientific discovery 361–372
Self-driving car ethics 173–175, 182–184
Singularity Hypothesis 137
Slaves 264–265
Solomonoff Induction 152
Structure of scientific discoveries 368 & 369
Technology 260–261
Technology assessment model (TAM) 385
Theomorphic robots 294, 385
Transhumanism 6
Transhumanist prophecy 7
Trolley Problem 189–193
Turing Machine 5, 153
Turing Test 13
Utilitarianism 176–178
Value Alignment 140f.
Vehicle Dynamics 190–191
Wicked Problem 308–309

Artificial Intelligence

Reflections in Philosophy, Theology, and the Social Sciences