In a society based on technology, human being loses its centrality and triggers the fourth revolution by means of scientific advance-ment and digital progress: that of the rupture of anthropocentrism, of industry 4.0 and of the infosphere. The academic debate must focus its attention on the formulation of new ethical principles that can guide a person in their interaction, interconnection and, in some cases, fusion with the machine. The advent of A.I. is producing changes in the management of common liberties (private and public), which increasingly seek in the artificialisation of the self and in their relationship with machines and subjects. The sophistication of technology and, therefore, of reality indicate the need to rethink the relationship between the tangibility of the natural and its mechanised-digitalised representations. What will be the ethics of the future? What are the values to support in the new revolution that sees the person flanked by the machine?
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