Instead of asking, “are robots becoming more human?” we need to ask “are humans becoming more robotic?” — Quartz

Brett Frischmann, professor at Cardozo law school, and Evan Selinger, philosophy professor at Rochester Institute of Technology, argue that we need an inverse Turing Test to determine to what extent humans are becoming indistinguishable from machines.

Source: Instead of asking, “are robots becoming more human?” we need to ask “are humans becoming more robotic?” — Quartz

 

sometimes being human is costly

— Brett Frischmann, professor at Cardozo law school