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WeRobot 2015 Panel 3: Robotics governance, with Peter Asaro, Jason Millar, Kirsten Thomasen and David Post

[clear] What are the challenges facing governance and regulation of emerging robotic technologies? Peter Asaro of the New School, Jason Millar of Queen’s University, Kristen Thomasen of the Unive...

Peter Asaro: Challenges and approaches to developing policy for robots

As part of the Center for Information Technology Policy (CIPT) Luncheon speaker series, Peter Asaro gives a talk on developing policy for robots. ...
02 April 2015, by

Issues in regulating robocars, and the case for a light hand

All over the world, people (and governments) are debating about regulations for robocars. First for testing, and then for operation. It mostly began when Google encouraged the state of Nevada to write...
04 March 2015, by

RoboLaw: Why and how to regulate robotics

The issue is often raised whether robotics needs to be regulated. While some believe that there is no need to intervene because regulation may stifle innovation, others believe that indeed there is ne...
29 October 2014, by

When it comes to regulating robotics, multiple questions are at issue

Earlier this month the Brookings Institute published a paper by Ryan Calo titled "The case for a federally regulated robotics commission". As much as I appreciate the thoughtfulness and readability of...
28 October 2014, by

A call for debate on robot policy

The 1953 New Yorker cartoon that started the “Take me to your leader” meme showed two aliens newly arrived on earth asking a donkey to, effectively, give them policy guidance. This is exactly what...
24 September 2014, by



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Hot topic: Regulating robotics

Updated 24/09/14 Do robots need to be regulated? Several legal and policy experts think that robot regulations should be developed early and revised often. Others - especially those working on researc...
23 September 2014, by

We need to pass legislation on artificial intelligence early and often | Slate

Economists and historians traditionally claim that the technological advances of the Industrial Revolution led to the creation of a large middle class in the United States. That’s only partly true. ...
23 September 2014, by

Problems with precautionary principle-minded tech regulation & a Federal Robotics Commission

If there are two general principles that unify my recent work on technology policy and innovation issues, they would be as follows. To the maximum extent possible: We should avoid preemptive and...
23 September 2014, by

RoboLaw: EU roadmap for developing guidelines on regulating robotics

The investigation on the interplay between robotics and regulation moves from a request for a legal framework that can accompany the developments of robotics. The request is coming from the very actor...
23 September 2014, by







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