Philosophers have long debated the possibilities and consequences of artificial intelligence. This article from Philosophy Now (UK) considers whether *what* a robot is made from might affect its prospect for consciousness. Specifically, because we know that organic material can give rise to consciousness, might a robot constructed in whole or in part of organic materials be capable of consciousness? philosophynow.org/issues/125/Could_a_Robot_be_Conscious
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