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The future arrival of super intelligence and its impact in society raises numerous concerns. Grounded in the research hitherto elaborated by the field of machine ethics, this paper contemplates the challenge of formulating a code of ethics that regulates super intelligence’s behavior. The first section discusses the need for this code of conduct and contends why it should be centered on ethics. The second section examines the various complexities of this endeavor, and puts forth a theoretically plausible approach. Lastly, the final section further raises the question of whether human beings should truly have the final say given a disagreement between the ethics of man and machine.
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