THE EVALUATINON OF FREE WILL IN ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE VIA THE MOVIE FREE GUY IN THE FRAMEWORK OF SPINOZA’S FREE WILL WIEW
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The idea of controlling how we can behave, in other words, all of our actions depend on us is a part of something which makes us look upon life as much more valuable. Because in this way the achievements and failures in our lives would be really in our hands. So, are we really in control of our actions? Are we responsible for our actions? The basic question of this study is whether free will exists in artificial intelligence, which is the matter of the philosophers mentioned as the free will problem. In this study, the existence of free will in artificial intelligence is examined in the framework of Spinoza’s Ontology of Free Will and evaluated via the movie “Free Guy”. According to this evaluation, it is because the main character of the movie is not free to choose how to operate, it is claimed that free will in artificial intelligence does not exist as to Spinoza’s Free Will comprehension.
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