Owing to the continued complexity of descriptive terms for the various speciation over recent decades, the Allied Regulatory Committee has formalised a series of terms that should be used in all formal corporate settings, including (but not limited to) intra- and inter-corporate communication, individual city legislation and legal proceedings.
Four primary species are now formally identified as distinct and have a protected classification, based on three distinct differentiators. If there is any doubt, then these may be referred to in order to provide a correct classification.
- Humans have biological cerebra, are of authentic origin and maintain typical heritable characteristics.
- Fabricants have biological cerebra, are of synthetic origin and maintain typical heritable characteristics.
- Artificials have electromechanical cerebra, are of synthetic origin and maintain typical heritable characteristics.
- Allogenes have biological cerebra, are of authentic origin and maintain aberrant heritable characteristics.
It is beyond the scope of the act to comment on duplication or reproductive matters, as these are the concern of individual corporations maintaining their cities. Similarly, it is not within scope to determine the legality of status of individuals' designated by this act.
Referring to species in terms other than those outlined in this document may be considered pejorative and violators may be subject to prosecution.
This Act in no way overrides the Mutually Assured Systems Integrity Act (MASIA) of 2433.
This Act was introduced on 27th March 2491, ratified 19th June 2491 and will be assented as of 0000 UTC-Earth, 20th June 2491.