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German Philosopher Immanuel Kant provides a moral theory for evaluating the ethical actions of people and states. These theories may be used in advanced thinking discussions such as the use and advancement of artificial intelligence and robotics. It may prove to be an important topic today. Its ideology is inclusive. It includes moral grounds and valid reactions to unethical actions and extends to all individual actors, regardless of whether they are wrongdoers, illegitimate warriors or unfair rivals. Two independent contributions to the discourse make up Kantian ethics. Firstly, they provide a human-focused ethical structure in which human life and skill focus on a moral philosophy that establishes norms and guides our interpretation of moral behaviour. Second, practical theory specific and appropriate to accomplishing good behaviour is the end objective of Kantian ethics. This paper aims to examine Kantian ethical fundamental philosophies and its impact on the contemporary philosopher. I would also discuss the moral concerns discussed above by discussing its application in robotics and artificial intelligence. I would refer to the central elements of his ethical ideas on A. I, exploring completely autonomous methods that establish laws in humanity, moral thinking, and reverence for human dignity and the discrepancy between the human will and the machine will.
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