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DOI:http://dx.doi.org/10.26855/jhass.2021.01.011

The Habitat Differentiation for Fairness: Digital Asylum Model

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Sachio Horie

Nagoya University Graduate School of Informatics, Nagoya University, Nagoya, Japan.

*Corresponding author: Sachio Horie

Abstract

In this paper, we propose realization of an equality society for persons with the disabilities who can be distinguished from non-handicapped persons (social strong peoples and weak peoples). The persons with disabilities are a suppressed group of the society. The suppression is only increasing in conflicting society with multiple unequal distributions of the power, the status, and the wealth, such as the controlled society. In this society, persons with the disabilities have always considered coexistence with non-handicapped persons, however, the different groups have the different worlds and the concepts. Therefore, although we consider that the solidarity is possible in the society, the coexistence is impossible. This means a high degree of impartiality about the segregation. We call this region of segregation Asylum. The asylum is a safety net for the social weak peoples. The asylum can be realized in a highly digitized controlled society by the advent of the artificial intelligence and highly functional machines with the control of social norms and power, the automatic production of things. It is a basic component of a society (system) that provides services and redistributes wealth. We propose such a system as this digital asylum model. The Digital Asylum Model advocates the anarchism.

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The Habitat Differentiation for Fairness: Digital Asylum Model

How to cite this paper: Sachio Horie. (2021) The Habitat Differentiation for Fairness: Digital Asylum Model. Journal of Humanities, Arts and Social Science5(1), 111-115.

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.26855/jhass.2021.01.011

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