should machines or humans ultimately be in charge of ethical and moral decision making for society?

In a paper of approx. 500 words (or one single-spaced page) provide an answer to the following question:

Our society tends to place a lot of faith in the machines we have created to make our lives better, including making more accurate, rapid choices in crisis situations. However, some would argue that no matter how precise a machine may be, it should never be allowed to completely replace human judgement and expertise, especially when it comes to issues of ethics and morality.
In your informed opinion, should machines or humans ultimately be in charge of ethical and moral decision making for society?
Consider at least two of the following articles (posted on this GS page) in answering the prompt:

  • Hardwick, C. Stuart. What Happened to the Radiation that was Supposed to Last Thousands of Years in Hiroshima?
  • Huffstutler, Jessica. Will your self-driving car be programmed to kill you if it means saving more strangers?
  • Kern, Major Tony. Darker Shades of Blue: A Case Study of Failed Leadership
  • Kidd, Steve. Nuclear and the Last Resort-Why & How
  • Ramana, M.V. Nuclear Power and the Public
  • Silverstein, Ken. Radioactive Boyscout: When a Teenager Attempts to Build a Breeder Reactor

Be sure to fully explain your answer and give specific examples when appropriate.

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