The ethics of rebooting the dead
Just because something can be done, does it mean it should be? "As the functionality to recreate a person’s touch, appearance, voice, and unscripted dialogue progresses, the notion of resurrecting people as digital entities is becoming less hypothetical. So much so that it almost feels inevitable." In WIRED magazine, Janet Manley explores the vast ethical complexities of a practice that may not be as far ahead as some currently envision it.