Humanity Sample Clauses

Humanity. The International Red Cross and Red Crescent Movement, born of a desire to bring assistance without discrimination to the wounded on the battlefield, endeavors, in its international and national capacity, to prevent and alleviate human suffering wherever it may be found. Its purpose is to protect life and health and to ensure respect for the human being. It promotes mutual understanding, friendship, cooperation and lasting peace amongst all peoples.
Humanity. All people shall be treated humanely in all circumstances, regardless of the nature, origin, length or place of the disaster, and particular attention should be paid to the most vulnerable people. The dignity and rights of all disaster victims and relief workers shall be respected and protected under all circumstances.
Humanity. Realness of the chatbot An early test for assessing the capability of chatbots was the Turing test, which was introduced by Xxxx Xxxxxx in 1950 as an answer to the question “Can machines think?” As defined by Xxxxxxxx & Xxxxxxxx (2012), the Turing test (also known as the imitation game) is a test in which the goal for a chatbot is to maintain a conversation indistinguishable from a human conversation. Usually, the test is performed by a human observer who asks questions or is having the conversation with someone on a computer. This person on the other side, however, could both be a chatbot or a person. If the judge thinks he or she is talking to a human, while there is a chatbot on the other side, the chatbot passes the test. Xxxxx (2017) points out that people do not care about the fact that the chatbot is not impersonating a real person, as long as it does what it is intended to do. In other words, giving the impression of being human is not a valid quality attribute. The end goal of a chatbot is not to be human-like, it is to help people and deliver results. An example given by him is Xxxxx, the virtual assistant of Amazon that is capable of controlling smart devices in-house. “This chatbot would never pass the Turing test, but it is an amazing device and works extremely well for the tasks it is intended to do.” His statement is mainly based on his experience with his own chatbot, that is equipped with Natural Language Processing technology. Another author who is in favour of forgetting the Turing test is Xxxxxx (1996), who’s work argues whether or not the Turing test is a distraction in the case of Artificial Intelligence in chatbots. Xxxxx (2005) even goes a step further and tries to look for alternatives for the well-known Turing test. In the literature, however, there are also authors who are in favour of the Turing test as a quality attribute. Xxxxxxxxxx (1966), who worked on the chatbots XXXXX and XXXXX, made it his specific goal to create a chatbot that was smart enough to beat the Turing test. Clearly there is a disagreement on this quality attribute, making it an opportunity for this research to validate to what extend customers care about a chatbot impersonating a human. Furthermore, a virtual assistant visualization that resembles a real person results in increased user involvement and willingness to conduct a conversation. The importance of visual looks of a virtual assistant has been shown in previous research (Kuligowska 2015, Xxxxx 2009)....
Humanity. Coaches must respect the rights, dignity and worth of every human being and their ultimate right to self- determination. Specifically, coaches must treat everyone equitably and sensitively, within the context of their activity and ability, regardless of gender, ethnic origin, cultural background, sexual orientation, religion or political affiliation. Relationship The good coach will be concerned primarily with the well-being, safety, protection and future of the individual performer. There must be a balance between the development of performance and the social, emotional, intellectual and physical needs of the individual. A key element in a coaching relationship is the development of independence. Performers must be encouraged and guided to accept responsibility for their own behaviour and performance in training, in competition, and in their domestic, academic or business life. Coaches are responsible for setting and monitoring the boundaries between a working relationship and friendship with their performers. This is particularly important when the performer is a young person. The coach must realise that certain situations or friendly words and actions could be misinterpreted, not only by the performer, but also by outsiders (or other members of a squad or group of performers) motivated by jealousy, dislike or mistrust, and could lead to allegations of misconduct or impropriety. Where physical contact between coach and performer is a necessary part of the coaching process, coaches must ensure that no action on their part could be misconstrued and that any National Governing Body (NGB) guidelines on this matter are followed. The relationship between coach and performer relies heavily on mutual trust and respect. This means that the performer should be made aware of the coach's Qualifications and experience and must be given the opportunity to consent to or decline proposals for training, performance or competition.
Humanity. This dimension is an expansion of Xxxxxxxxxx’s (2015) “
Humanity. We believe that mankind was created in the image of God to have fellowship with Him but became alienated from that relationship through sinful disobedience. As a result, humanity is spiritually dead and totally incapable of coming back into a right relationship with God by his or her own effort. (Genesis 1:26; Xxxx 3:16; Acts 2:22-39; Romans 3:21-24) Xxxxx Xxxxxx. We believe that Xxxxx Xxxxxx is the Son of God and became flesh to reveal God to mankind and from the foundation of the world is the promised Savior to the lost. He, being fully God and fully man, is the only person to have lived a sinless life and pay the full atoning penalty for sin on the cross. He physically resurrected from the dead and is alive today, seated at the right hand of God the Father. Xxxxx will return to earth in power and glory. (Isaiah 9:6; Xxxx 1:1, 14; I Xxxxxxx 3:16; Hebrews 4:15; I Corinthians 15:3-4; Ephesians 1:7; Hebrews 2:9; Xxxx 11:25; Acts 1:11; Revelation 19:11-16)
Humanity. We were created in the image of God, destined to enjoy an intimate relationship with God, fulfilling His will here on earth. But because of Xxxx and Xxx’s willful sin in the garden, sin entered into the world, and has infected all of humanity. Therefore, because of our inherent sinful nature received from our father Xxxx, we are all separated from God, spiritually dead, and destined for physical death and an eternity removed from God. • Genesis 1-3 • Romans 1: 18-32 • Romans 3 • Romans 5 • Ephesians 2:1-3
Humanity. How well does the chatbot act like a human operator? All attributes that give (the option to give) the chatbot a human touch. Personalization: The attributes concerning personalized service, service that is not the same for all users.

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