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The “Intelligent Facilitator” is a computer program with several sensors and effectors and has some characteristics, such as autonomy, flexibility, learning, adaptation, communication, interaction with the users, the ability to transform goals into tasks, and acting in its environment. The paper’s title is “Legal Capacity of the Intelligent Facilitator and its Impact on responsibility in Islamic Jurisprudence,” in which the “electronic facilitator” is technically referred to as the “Intelligent Agent.” Although I use the term “Intelligent Agent” throughout the paper as many researchers do, I have ignored it in the title because describing this role as a sort of “agency” is not accurate and constitutes question-begging. That is because the “electronic facilitator” is unconscious and undiscerning no matter how intelligent, independent, and expert it is.
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