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Running Head: DEVELOPMENT OF ROBOTS AS INTELLIGENT AS HUMAN1Development of Robots as Intelligent as Human; Smart machines and IOTExploring Ethical Issues in the Use of Information TechnologyWeek 7 / Research PaperCindy HarperIFSM 201Dr. Patricia White02/22/2018
DEVELOPMENT OF ROBOTS AS INTELLIGENT AS HUMAN2IntroductionInformation Technology includes the broad spectrums of our everyday life. It hasbeen in use for various purposes such as banking, transportation, health and education,social networking, war and so on. With its excessive use in everyday life, it has alsoraised the questions of ethical standards and implications on people’s life. With thedevelopment of smart robots, machines or IoT, many questions have been raised on theuse of those machines specially how they are being used and what impacts they aregoing to create on the society. This research paper will explore the trends howindividuals and/or organizations are impacted by the use of smart machines and robotsand what kind of preventive measures can be taken to mitigate those impacts.Furthermore, the technology has made the way of life much easier and faster.Development of robots and machines has been the integral part of informationtechnology since the beginning of its use and it has been possible only because of rapiddevelopment in Information technology. Although the robots, machines and IoT havemade our life easier, there are so many ethical questions or concerns on the use ofrobots and smart machines and this research will be helpful to unfold the ethicalimplications and concerns to individual and the society in general.
DEVELOPMENT OF ROBOTS AS INTELLIGENT AS HUMAN3(Scott, 2016) tries to define robots as dexterous and clever among humans. Heexplains that robots do not follow rules. They rather gather the data about theirenvironment, understand it and then react. The first robot, in fact, that we likely to ownwith the artificial intelligence would be the car that knows how to drive itself. Scott thinkshumans want robots to talk to them, hang out, be social. Humans are trying to build therobots which can sense, compute, actuate and relate which will ultimately bring them on