Human beings have roles beyond their activities. They need performance reviews and access to buildings, for instance. They have careers. Humans have a complex identity. What about robots?
Robots are created and destroyed far more quickly and far more simply than an individual's employment is created and destroyed. Which leads to questions: How is this entity being created? How is it achieving what it's been created to achieve? And what do we do with it when it no longer achieves what it's supposed to?
Here's what we talked with Alan about:
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