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Drone crashes could cause headaches and lawsuits | NBC
As human laws grapple with robots, there are no easy answers | Ars Technica
WeRobot2014 conference and the diffusion of robots into society | The Washington Post
What to do if you find a lost drone | Forbes
Why it is not possible to regulate robots | The Guardian
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