Some questions come to mind when one watches this movie.
Firstly, what is the purpose of creating AI in flesh and blood like Morgan? Is this (once again) for a military purpose?
Secondly, if the experiment goes well and the scientists end up with a superwoman whose capacities are beyond those of any living human, is it ethical to execute this Artificial Intelligence?
For example, if she doesn’t meet the objectives (which are a mystery to the creators themselves)? It looks like a huge amount of over-spending.
energetic structure or a soul
Further, if we assume that the “Morgan” experiment is possible, shouldn’t we also assume that besides a physical AI body grown in an unnatural manner and within the synthetic DNA is a complex energetic structure or even a soul?
In conclusion, Western science still has a minimal view of living beings’ energetic structure.
The western world’s medicine has mainly concentrated on anatomy and problems involving the physical body, without any knowledge of a bigger picture involving chakras, thinner bodies, auras, soul and consciousness, etc.
That is to say, if we don’t know ourselves (humans), how can we make decisions about anyone else, for instance, AI, that we have created?
Would the choice to destroy AI be based on whether a “Morgan” had biological parents?
the universal law of cause and effect
We have to remember that we live under the Universal law of cause and effect; therefore, our decisions or choices have consequences.
In the case of cruelty to another, being a negative KARMA will reach you wherever you are hiding.
Jacklyn A. Lo is the author of this movie review.
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