Hold on ...let's think LO11784

Richard K. Berger (rkberger@rkb.com)
Fri, 10 Jan 1997 05:58:43 -0500

Replying to LO11772 --

I meant to INCLUDE Artificial Intelligence. I meant to exclude, for
instance, your fax machine (My belief system leads me to presently
conclude that my HP Fax 200 is NOT immoral). I could, of course, be
wrong. After all, I'm only human.

Sorry about any misunderstanding.

-- rkb

At 08:42 PM 1/6/97 -0500, you wrote:

>Richard Berger wrote
>>But, with that said, do learning organizations need to be moral to be
>>effective? Is technology (artifical intelligence excluded) even capable
>>of being categorized as either moral or immoral?
>Why exclude artificial intelligence? Can't one ask about the morality of
>anything or thouight?
>"William J. Hobler, Jr" <<bhobler@worldnet.att.net>


"Richard K. Berger" <rkberger@rkb.com>

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