Pythagorean theorem. a^2 + b^2 = c^2. That’s the math, and it always applies to the real world of plane geometry.

Moral absolute. When A deprives B of X, A has committed a wrong. It does not depend on the need of A, or the surplus of B, or the value of X. It is wrong, and it is wrong because it is not right, and that is the only other option. It always applies in the real world, and always will. To suggest otherwise is to suggest that opinion has more value than fact.

Is there such a thing as degrees of crime? Indeed. There are lesser crimes that involve theft, and greater crimes that involve theft. DO any of those degrees make the theft less wrong? Absolutely not; that which is wrong cannot be right. And there is only one degree, wrong, or right. it is and always will be completely binary.

is there such a thing as mercy? Why sure. You can have mercy for someone who has done a wrong thing. Does the mercy mitigate the wrong? No. Maybe it mitigates the crime. but wrong and right, right and wrong will always be just those two things. To complicate them is to deny the nature of reason. And for this reason, AI will be diffcult to ever accomplish, because people think wrong and right are a sliding scale, and they are not and never will be. They are a coin, that you can only be on one side or the other of.