Volokhov Criterion

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After Vladimir Volokhov and Laplace made the mathematical break-through of providing proof and falsifiability of encoding human morals and—to a certain degree—sensibilities in an artificial intelligence, the Volokhov criterion was used as a kind of measurement to what degree an artificial intelligence or (starkly) augmentented human was congruent with human sensibilities of morale and ethics. If the criterion wasn't met in humans, they were to be more heavily reintegrated into into their bodies, whereas Artificial Intelligences were subjected to reprogramming (not unlike retirement reprogramming, but compulsory) to adhere to the mortal and human but still sensible morals.

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