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Non-hu­mans and the long-term future

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The non-humans and the long-term future tag is for posts relevant to questions such as:

Bibliography

Anthis, Jacy Reese & Eze Paez (2021) Moral circle expansion: A promising strategy to impact the far future, Futures, vol. 130.

Freitas-Groff, Zach (2021) Longtermism in animal advocacy, Animal Charity Evaluators, March 31.

Owe, Andrea & Seth D. Baum (2021) Moral consideration of nonhumans in the ethics of artificial intelligence, AI and Ethics.

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artificial sentience | farmed animal welfare | longtermism | long-term future | moral circle expansion | moral patienthood | universe’s resources | wild animal welfare | whole brain emulation

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15 points
1 comment2 min readEA link

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53 points
10 comments11 min readEA link
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Why I pri­ori­tize moral cir­cle ex­pan­sion over ar­tifi­cial in­tel­li­gence alignment

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77 points
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12 points
0 comments1 min readEA link
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74 points
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77 points
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23 points
0 comments5 min readEA link

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41 points
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Re­sources on An­i­mal Ethics and Helping Animals

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25 points
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56 points
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42 points
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