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Emerging patchwork of regulation of UAS operations near critical infrastructure

Over the last couple of years, we have seen an increase in state regulation of unmanned aircraft systems (UAS). A recent report published by the American Legislative Exchange Council (ALEC) titled “...
22 November 2016, by

Major debate on robots & society sets scene for #ERW2015 European Robotics Week

A mouthwatering array of over 750 events has been taking place throughout Europe this week as the continent celebrates Robotics Week 2015. The festivities began with an eye-opening debate on "Robots a...
26 November 2015, by

Privacy, Google, and Big Deals, with Avner Levin

Link to audio file (33:53) What does it mean to have giants like Google, Apple and Amazon investing in robotics? Since last December, Google alone has acquired a handful of companies in robotics, hom...
07 March 2014, by

An insider’s look at why ethics, policy, and law matter to current and future warfare | The Atlantic

  Contrary to popular opinion, ethics is more than "gut reactions" or intuitions, but it's about drawing out and applying broader principles that ought to guide our actions, such as maximizing...
22 April 2013, by

VLAB: Drones – The commercial era takes off, but breaking the law is going to blow-up in our faces

Last Tuesday I had the pleasure of attending VLAB: Drones – The Commercial Era Takes Off at Stanford GSB. The event was truly fantastic and the panel was amazing. The moderator was Chris Anderson,...
26 March 2013, by

Giving rights to robots, with Kate Darling

Link to audio file (22:47) In this episode, we talk with Kate Darling from the MIT Media Lab, about giving rights to social robots. She tells us about a recent Pleo torture session she organized at...
08 March 2013, by



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Stanford holding second conference on robotics and the law | CIS blog

The program committee of We Robot: Getting Down To Business invites submissions from legal scholars and roboticists to the second annual conference on robotics and the law, scheduled to take place Apr...
22 November 2012, by

Stanford hosts panel on making autonomous cars legal

The Center for Internet and Society at Stanford released a video of their panel discussion on "How an (Autonomous Driving) Bill Becomes Law" that took place earlier this month. The discussion builds o...
18 November 2012, by

How an autonomous driving bill becomes law

Two years ago, no state legislature had even contemplated self-driving cars. Now, three states have passed legislation, several more are considering it, and Nevada's DMV has issued the world's first a...
06 November 2012, by

If I fly a UAV over my neighbor’s house, is it trespassing?

Even a toy drone with an HD camera scrambles our sense of property and privacy rights. See on www.theatlantic.com...
11 October 2012, by







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