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[WATCH] Are the X-Men obligated to make MORE mutants?

And what does this have to do with AI?

Ethicist and Philosopher in Residence for Rutgers Honors College, Aaron Rabinowitz, makes the case that if the X-Men can ensure the largest mutant population possible, then it’s their moral duty to do so. Who cares if they’re clones? And what does this have to do with AI???

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