Thursday, May 05, 2011
GUEST ENTRY: Robots and the Law: Will Robots Be Entitled To A Jury of Their Peers?
In our first guest entry, Attorney Arthur F. Licata analyzes the legal issues that accompany the potential use of self-aware robots in a global society. Invoking images of a not so distant future, “Will Robots Be Entitled To A Jury of Their Peers” demonstrates that the present legal infrastructure is unprepared for this potential wave of oncoming technology. This article leaves the reader wondering whether these predictions will ever manifest, or whether inventors or government will account for grave uncertainties.
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