Study: Humans are 'selfish' around AIs and don't feel guilty about it

As AI-operated machines like this disinfecting robot become more commonplace, researchers found that humans don't think they need to be kind to such machines. — dpa

Humans don't treat intelligent machines with respect or kindness and don't feel bad about it, according to a new study that sheds light on humanity's reluctance to reciprocate with the help that artificial intelligence (AI) offers us.

The findings, published in June, are set to become increasingly relevant in a world where AI-operated cars, household machines and software are becoming more and more common.

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