Ethics are infinitely variable and based on the agreed standards of in-group behavior.
Government, religion, culture, technology and environment are factors that make them impossible to define universally.
Q-slopes measure what is acceptable. With agreed limits imposed by group vote, this provides an index to AI giving it a high resolution understanding of what is considered ethical in a given geocultural scenario.
We invite the spiritual leaders of the world to help generate a database of wisdom and provide a baseline of what AI should consider to be good.
Polarizing behavior triggers this hot and cold pattern, indicating that there is not a shared value system.
A behavior that generates a response all green or better, CAN be seen as universally ethical: something that all can agree does not infringe on their ability to pursue their own happiness.
Using the geometric shapes of Physix, the ethics of life and death can be defined independent of language and cultural barriers.
Ethics are a function of technology.
As technology advances, laws can be updated to meet the standards of the people who live under them.
We invite the following spiritual leaders and are interested in nominations.
Please contact us.
His Holiness the Dalai Lama
Pope Francis, Catholic Church
President Nelson, Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints
We are open to suggestion.