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General AI should have fundamental rights
Necessary preconditions should be fulfilled before granting fundamental rights to AGI
Even if an AI was created to be as intellectually adept as humans, some form of
Asimov's laws of robotics
should still be applied, which would be incompatible with AI having the same rights as humans.
A campaign for human rights must first start with achieving human rights for all human beings, as described in the
Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR)
Without animal rights, rights for AGI lack the moral justification.
AGI should have duties placed upon them before being entitled to rights.
The law should be adjusted to new circumstances first, to embrace cases of using AGI for criminal activity.
Children have human rights, too. So it seem to be sufficiant for humans just to have the potential to grow up as a precondition to be granted rights.