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AI and Ethics
It could become technologically possible to build artificial agents instantiating whatever properties are sufficient for personhood. It is also possible, if not likely, that such beings could be built for commercial purposes. This paper asks whether such commercialization can be handled in a way that is not morally reprehensible, and answers in the affirmative. There exists a morally acceptable institutional framework that could allow for building artificial persons for commercial gain. Thedoi:10.1007/s43681-020-00023-2 fatcat:to7ecwz2m5h2dbzxjoarcnby3m