First of all, human memory is not computer storage.
It’s worth considering. With regard to human enhancement, where should the line be drawn?
The New York University philosopher is well known for critiquing the scientific materialist’s vision of explaining, someday, the phenomenon of conscious experience in purely material terms.
Surely, on a scale of parental concerns, McDonald’s for lunch is nothing compared to getting exterminated by the cool logic of a future computer.
"Machine rights"? I have to confess, when I read articles like this I have an almost visceral reaction.