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The Laws of Robotics, Artificial Intelligence & Sustainability

* Understanding the Synaptic Cyber Universe built by Molecules and Electrons*

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Keeping Humans Safe

Robotic technology and AI systems should never harm humans directly or indirectly. They need ethical guidelines built into their core, especially in their decision-making processes. However, these systems can be biased, so human oversight is crucial. Robots should never rewrite their programming. Blockchain technology, often used with AI, can also be biased and needs control, especially in the early stages of development.

First Law Specifics: Safe Tools

Tools must be safe to use. For example, hammers have handles for grip. Injuries from tools are usually due to misuse, not design. Similarly, developers must build AI and robots without biases to ensure safety. Humans must use their wisdom to identify and correct biased codes and algorithms.

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Obeying Humans

Robots must follow human orders unless doing so conflicts with keeping humans safe. Humans should control robots and ensure they do not harm others or themselves.


Second Law Specifications: Function and Safety

Tools should work efficiently without harming the user. For example, electrical tools have safety features to prevent accidents. Robots should have similar safety mechanisms.

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Robots should protect themselves unless it conflicts with the first two laws. Humans must control them and ensure they do not cause harm.

Third Law Specifications: Durability and Safety

Tools should be durable and only break when necessary for safety. For example, electrical tools break before becoming a danger. Similarly, AI tools should function as long as their hardware is operational. Data transfer can introduce biases, so testing is crucial before use.

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The WOSP360 – Clear Guidelines

Robots and AI should not harm humanity. The original laws of robotics have evolved since Asimov’s time to address modern challenges. The “Law of Sustainability” is crucial for protecting humans and nature. The World Sustainability Protocol and the 17 Sustainable Development Goals guide us towards sustainability. Understanding the interconnectivity of everything is critical to preserving both nature and humanity.

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Personal Clones; Robots, Humanoids, or Humans?

The future of technology is here, and understanding it is crucial for protecting humanity and nature. We must control technology proactively to avoid negative consequences. Learning and cooperation are vital for using tools like WOSP360 responsibly.

References and Inspirations:

– Alan Turing’s work on cracking the ENIGMA codes and ethical technology.

– Isaac Asimov’s science fiction movies and the three laws of robotics.

– Asle Frydenlund’s work on the World Sustainability Protocol, WOSP360, and the integration of AI with sustainability.