I will make sure no one looks at it.
I will destroy the Eiffel Tower.
*Starts scratching the bag for fun*
Depends on whether or not it can feel pain and emotions.
I think if an AI cannot feel pain or sadness, or any emotions for that matter, it doesn't really matter if you use them as a slave or whatever. We already do this with computers, they don't feel anything so you don't have to, and shouldn't feel bad for using them.
However if an AI could feel emotions, such as sadness, happiness, anger, and pain, I don't really know. Sure, it can feel bad, but it's still just a computer. It's emotions are simulated and in reality it doesn't feel anything. I still wouldn't be able to help feeling bad for it.
I see what you mean, and while that is cool, I was just saying that (almost) no one would want their AI to ignore them if they just have the AI to do tasks for them. Developing a "friendship" with the AI and working together with it as a Player is different, because of course you would want it to use common sense, but having something that just performs tasks and nothing else is a situation where you would probably want it to do a specific task without arguing.
I like playing with friends because I'm lonely.
In all seriousness I do like playing with friends, single player just isn't really entertaining to me anymore.