The Concept of “The Extended Mind” Can Provide A Sound Philosophical Justification for the Academic Use of AI, but with Ethical Precautions!


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https://doi.org/10.58600/eurjther2157

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Artificial intelligence, Research Ethics, responsibility

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Yıldız A (2023) AI as a Co-Author? We Should Also Ask Philosophical (and Ethical) Questions. Eur J Ther. 29(4):966-967. https://doi.org/10.58600/eurjther1723

Clark A, Chalmers D (1998) The Extended Mind. Analysis. 58(1):7-19.

Jonas H (1984) The imperative of responsibility: In search of an ethics for the technological age, University of Chicago Press, Chicago & London

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2024-05-17

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Yıldız, A. (2024). The Concept of “The Extended Mind” Can Provide A Sound Philosophical Justification for the Academic Use of AI, but with Ethical Precautions!. European Journal of Therapeutics, 30(3), 386–387. https://doi.org/10.58600/eurjther2157

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