Logically morality can stem from thinking that other people are just as living / human as yourself, so you shouldn't do to others what you don't want to be done to you.
But this can be bypassed by the idea that only you are conscious and everyone around you are like programmed AI beings that respond to your actions accordingly.
Since you do not know if the other person is really conscious,'alive' ;one can always make claim that they are indeed special and above all, since rights apply only for living things (there are no immoral acts against non-living entities) -
seemingly immoral acts are justifiable by the assumption that "only i am conscious,living being".
is there a way to really prove another person is indeed conscious ? how to establish emperically that one is conscious- as no matter what a person does,I can just claim that that is how his AI engine was programmed to respond...