This robot can decide whether or not it wants to hurt you.
Induced pluripotent stem cells are identical to those harvested from an embryo.
Scientists are using stories and other literature to teach artificial agents human values such as morality and cultural mores.
For the first time, a regulatory committee has given scientists approval to use gene-editing technology to human embryos.
In an effort to understand human brain disorders, scientists have genetically modified monkeys to begin exhibiting signs of autism, ultimately raising questions about the ethics behind such work.
An international summit of scientists concluded that human gene editing is ethical and appropriate, as long as it is not done for reproductive purposes.
A Chinese scientist at the world's biggest cloning factory claims that we now have technology advanced enough to clone humans, and he asserts that this will likely be a common practice in the near future.
With scientists charging ahead with CRISPR and Cpf1, the community is scrambling to implement ethical boundaries
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