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Friday Q&A: Law Professor Ryan Calo | Roll Call

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17 October 2014



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Ryan Calo is an assistant law professor at the University of Washington School of Law whose academic work looks at the legal and policy aspects of robotics. Technocrat talked to him about what he anticipates the future of robotics will look like, legal issues he thinks will arise in the coming years, and more.

Read more on Roll Call: Part One, and Part Two



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