On the computational complexity of action evaluations

by Carson Reynolds

On the computational complexity of action evaluations has been accepted for presentation at Computer Ethics: Philosophical Enquiry 2005. It represents a bit of a divergence from my earlier work on computer ethics. It looks at the possibility of implementing ethical behavior as an action evaluation system. More specifically, the paper analyzes hedonism, consequentialism, and deontologism in terms of computational complexity.

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