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Dec 13, 2011


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"For example, if a robot injures somebody,... It’s a wide open frontier, legally."

Only if common sense has left the building.

If a machine injures somebody, the maker is at fault, unless the user has been careless (in which case, usually, the careless user sues).

"... or if a questionable or ethically challenged decision is left to a machine."

Only an idiot would leave an ethical decision to a machine. (However, we might revisit that question in 20 or 30 years.)

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