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it is a moral imperative, and in a democratic society we as citizens have the right to make decisions, we should not feel ashamed to ask the same question of scientists. also, as i mentioned in my last journal, people do have a moral right to know the answers to these questions so that they are able to make responsible decisions. scientists have a duty to not only tell us but to protect us and our ability to make decisions in the best interest of humanity. journalists and others are allowed to ask questions to journalists and scientists so that others can choose how they answer. we want answers, not political bullsh*t. we want real answers, and not politically-motivated pr.
what is interesting here is that the people who are making the arguments against abortion take it for granted that the moral-status of a fetus must be determined in the light of future free human development. that is to say, the nature of the fetus’ existence, morally speaking, is determined in the light of the future – whether there will be a morally good future or a morally bad one.
the other important point that stanley makes in this book is that the same technology can be a force for good and a force for evil. this is clearly the case with nuclear technology. its results can be good or evil depending on the intent. ditto with artificial intelligence technology. i don’t think we know enough today about rcrispr or gene-editing technology to know what the long-term results will be. the future effects of rcrispr are as unknown as the effects of nuclear technology or genetic selection. we can assume that we will know much more about how they will work by about the year 3000. probably not in a scientific but a literary sense. i see the worst-case-scenario as being a bioengineering effort gone so far wrong that the designer babies become too powerful, or the gene-editing technology creates creatures that would have us understand the star wars universe on a galactic-scale level.
the institute of electrical and electronics engineers (ieee) has issued a call for papers on personal / home & peripheral and human factors engineering. the annual conference is scheduled to be held in july 2017 at chisinau, republic of moldova. it is an international conference organised by the institute of social sciences and humanities and the faculty of engineering of the “gabriel constantin” university in chisinau, the republic of moldova, one of the 6 largest universities in the republic of moldova. the other co-organising universities are: “codru” university of constanta, romania; “conservatoire national des arts et métiers” (cnam), paris, france; “grigore t. popa” university of medicine and pharmacy, bucharest, romania; “imam-golestan” university of medical sciences, tehran, iran; “mohammad kharrazi” university of applied science and arts, tehran, iran.
authors are invited to submit a review paper to the international conference on cyber-enabled usability engineering (cue) 2017. the conference is being held as a joint venture between the department of computer engineering, gachon university, incheon, korea and itu hyderabad, india in collaboration with unesco. the conference theme is titled “towards human centric computer engineering” (hce). the conference will be in four schools. the schools are, hce-cs, hce-me, hce-te, and hce-es. the target audience of the conference is the academics, students, researchers, and engineers from both industry and academia.
stanley clearly demonstrates in this book that it is a moral imperative to address climate change in a responsible manner. the people who will be most affected by it are the poor in developing countries who suffer from extreme weather conditions that damage their lives. today, in developed nations, the wealthy influence politics and the poor who are in poorer nations. the poor pay for public goods while the wealthy don’t contribute to infrastructure or the commons. to be morally responsible, we must ask whether this situation is a moral problem. the answer is yes.